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Spanish Needle Palafoxia arida

Observer

haileywallace

Date

April 2, 2016 04:01 PM MDT

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What

Deer Family Cervidae

Observer

haileywallace

Date

October 10, 2015 03:55 PM MDT

Place

Utah, US (Google, OSM)

Description

Decomposing carcass from a member of the family Cervidae found in a meadow area, near Mammoth creek.

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What

Deer Family Cervidae

Observer

haileywallace

Date

October 10, 2015 03:49 PM MDT

Description

Cervidae track found in a semi-muddy substrate near Mammoth creek.

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No photos or sounds

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White-tailed Jackrabbit Lepus townsendii

Observer

haileywallace

Date

October 9, 2015 07:25 AM HST

Description

White-tailed Jackrabbit was foraging in sagebrush. Appeared to be of moderate size and in good health.

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What

Deer Family Cervidae

Observer

haileywallace

Date

September 21, 2015 03:16 PM MDT

Description

Track is thought to belong to a member of Cervidae. Track was located in a muddy ravine on the dirt trail, which runs parallel to the paved trail (cedar canyon trail) at the Southwestern Wildlife Foundation area.

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Coyote Canis latrans

Observer

haileywallace

Date

September 21, 2015 03:50 PM MDT

Description

Track is thought to belong to Carnivora.C. latrans are common in the area. Track was located in a muddy ravine on the dirt trail, which runs parallel to the paved trail (cedar canyon trail) at the Southwestern Wildlife Foundation area.

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Squirrels Family Sciuridae

Observer

haileywallace

Date

September 21, 2015 03:50 PM MDT

Description

Track is thought to belong to a member of Sciuridae. Track was located in a muddy ravine on the dirt trail, which runs parallel to the paved trail (cedar canyon trail) at the Southwestern Wildlife Foundation area.

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Gray Fox Urocyon cinereoargenteus

Observer

haileywallace

Date

September 21, 2015 03:50 PM MDT

Place

Utah, US (Google, OSM)

Description

Track is thought to belong to Urocyon cinereoargenteus (grey fox) due to the "hair print" at the center of the track. Urocyon cinereoargenteus are common in the area. Track was located in a muddy ravine on the dirt trail, which runs parallel to the paved trail (cedar canyon trail) at the Southwestern Wildlife Foundation area.

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Pallid Bat Antrozous pallidus

Observer

haileywallace

Date

September 9, 2015 08:16 PM MDT

Description

The Pallid Bat was flying around in a highly urbanized environment. It appeared that the bat was foraging. Due to the dark environment, I was not able to take a picture.

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Observer

haileywallace

Date

August 29, 2015

Description

Red Squirrel mitten observed near the Twisted Forest Trail trailhead. The mitten was identified by shredded pinecones, white fur tree shavings and other organic matter. Mitten located on a steep hill at the base of a group of aspen trees.

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Observer

haileywallace

Date

August 29, 2015

Description

Elderberry tree freshly browsed out (As observed by Dr. Jackie Grant). No particular bite mark trend, browsed area was about four feet high eliminating the possibilities that it was a rabbit or other small mammal. Highly possible the area was browsed by a cow, deer or elk.

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No photos or sounds

What

Coyote Canis latrans

Observer

haileywallace

Date

August 29, 2015

Description

C. latrans heard calling and howling multiple times during the night. The noise at times was very loud, and the pack seemed rather close. It can be inferred by the volume of the howls, that the pack was large.

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Mule Deer Odocoileus hemionus

Observer

haileywallace

Date

August 28, 2015

Description

O. hemionus seen foraging in a large open meadow area. Two females and one male were spotted. They looked rather healthy from a distance.

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No photos or sounds

Observer

haileywallace

Date

August 28, 2015

Description

A series of small burrows found in a flat grassy area with minimal vegetation. The burrow community area was approx. 3'x5' and included six individual burrows. The burrows were small in size and averaged about 3"x3" which indicates they are used by some mammal in family Rodentia.

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White-tailed Antelope Squirrel Ammospermophilus leucurus

Observer

haileywallace

Date

August 28, 2015

Description

A. leucurus appeared to be foraging when seen. Mouth was full of food, and was wandering around in a flat area with short grasses. When observed, it ran into a burrow.

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Uinta Chipmunk Neotamias umbrinus

Observer

haileywallace

Date

August 28, 2015

Description

N. umbrinus was scurrying around the grassy area at the summit of Cedar Breaks, foraging. It was a medium size, about four inches long, excluding tail. It appeared to be running from large boulder, to large boulder either seeking shelter or food.

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White-tailed Jackrabbit Lepus townsendii

Observer

haileywallace

Date

August 28, 2015

Description

L. townsendii appeared to be foraging in a vegetated area full of thistles, aspens and very tall grasses. It blended into the area very well due to its coloration. So well, we almost stepped on it.

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Long-tailed Shrews Genus Sorex

Observer

haileywallace

Date

August 29, 2015

Description

There were two shrews located in pitfall trap #4. The shrews were very small in size and had very erratic movement. When the shrews were handled and transported into a plastic bag they emitted an unpleasant odor as a defense mechanism. Excluding the tails, they shrews were approx. two inches long. After observations were made, and hair samples were taken, the shrews were released back into the environment.

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Rock Squirrel Otospermophilus variegatus

Observer

haileywallace

Date

August 29, 2015

Description

The squirrel was perched on fallen logs which also seemed to function as a burrow of some sort. It was foraging on thistle and salsify (Tragopogon dubius). When approached by the group, it did not seemed bothered, and kept eating and watching us.

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