Santa Cruz river in northwest Tucson. Based on size of tracks, looks like a young one.
Hunting digs and track
Trail of badger tracks in side arroyo. Cottontail rabbit and coyote tracks in same arroyo.
Seen in the evening as we were leaving Panoche Valley.
Fabulous views of an animal along Panoche Road in the Douglas Ranch.
Road-killed male badger found on SR 90 west of the San Pedro River at 4 PM.
Las palomas meseta de cacaxtla
Adult male badger dead on Highway 90, west of the San Pedro River near Milepost 327, documented at 4pm. Found on north side of the road, possibly badger was headed south. This occurred near the same time flooding and heavy rains caused the San Pedro River to flood its banks. Observed and reported by K.Lamberton.
Seen on the Pomo Trail between Pomo Campground and Shell Beach, Sonoma Coast State Park
The American badger (Taxidea taxus) is a North American badger, somewhat similar in appearance to the European badger. It is found in the western and central United States, northern Mexico, and south-central Canada to certain areas of southwestern British Columbia.