One in the garden area
One by the orange can #4 SW of Yellow
Ten swam N up San Juan Channel first seen a mile S and in less than five minutes going by on the W side out about a quarter mile.
Three. Two a mule south of a Yellow headed N. One a quarter mile west, headed east.
Four a half mile SW of Yellow head NW up San Juan Channel
One a half mile SW of Yellow Island swimming E.
Foraging off the SW point of Yellow.
Foraging along the S shore headed W.
Joined me on the S side of the cabin. The first mink I've seen in several years. :)
Four appear to be foraging about a mile SSE of Yellow Island
One headed north in San Juan Channel a mile WSW of Yellow
One traveling SE just off Yellow; swam between Yellow and Seal Rocks
Two headed between Low and Shaw islands going NE
One traveling west to east one mile south of Yellow Island. Ten minutes later, the same, or a second one, was headed north up San Juan Channel in roughly the same location.
One traveling east to west a quarter mile south of Yellow.
Two adults headed north up San Juan Channel about a mile south of Yellow
Adult and juvenile traveling west a quarter mile south of Yellow.
One traveling north up San Juan Channel, moving relatively fast.
Four traveling NE across San Juan Channel about a mile south of Yelliw Island
3 swimming north up San Juan Channel
Two headed SW past Yellow
4 including mother and calf
3 going north up San Juan Channel
Pup in the grass below the bat box at English Camp, Could be Myotis lucifugus, but this is a known mixed colony of Big brown bats and Yuma Myotis.
About 1" tall. Swath about 1' long.