Doe with bad back leg.
Found this large dig site, with a tunnel opening (partly caved in) with one set of tracks down the side. The size of the dig (huge amount of earth that had been moved) and the shape indicates a potential badger den or badger dig site.
I think the tracks are those of a coyote though, but I don't think a coyote would dig this amount of dirt out of the ground.
Order (Lagomorpha), Family (Leporidae), Species (L. californicus). Captured picture as we were leaving Antelope Island.
C. latrans was seen when driving to the ranch. Order (Carnivora).
Order (Artiodactyla), Sub-order (Ruminantia) and species name (Antilocapra americana). Was seen as we drove away from the visitor center on the way to the ranch.
Mammals (class Mammalia /məˈmeɪli.ə/) are a clade of endothermic amniotes. Among the features that distinguish them from the other amniotes, the reptiles and the birds, are hair, three middle ear bones, mammary glands in females, and a neocortex (a region of the brain). The mammalian brain regulates body temperature and the circulatory system, including the four-chambered heart. The mammals include the largest animals on the planet, the rorquals and some other whales, as well as some...