Two molars. That tells me badger. Any input?
This was a rather old hole.
AKA American Badger
peering from burrow
Pawnee National Grasslands,
Weld Co., Colorado
5 June 2007
Deceased adult badger in West Petaluma, side of road, 1 mile west on D Street outside Petaluma, reported by bicyclist. Body was no longer there when PLAN went to verify. Photo was submitted by cyclist, however.
Douglas - 3000 Eastman Lane area in West Petaluma. Solitary badger regularly seen. Recent additional burrowing on adjacent connected property near gardening.
Timber Cove. Humanely trapped and released at Gualala River. This was about 15 miles north of Jenner. From Nancy Feehan
Our dogs were barking outside and when we went to look, they had cornered a badger in our garden!
Old site. May also be old coyote digging after rodents, but badger have been documented nearby.
Volunteer reports tracks between WRI and boneyard that may be badger
Possible badger holes reported on berms on the river walk trail