Tracks

A recent snowfall. All traces of it are now gone after a 60 degree Xmas Eve. But while it lasted, it was tracked up with all sorts of animal prints. In fact, I was amazed at the unseen but traceable activity in Green-Wood.
A lot of Eastern Grey Squirrel and Common Raccoon.
Big-foot Canada Geese here.
The distinctive hand-prints of a Virginia Opossum.
Found very near from where I came across a big dead specimen last January.
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News came yesterday that Barry Lopez passed away. If you don’t know his work seek it out. You must read Arctic Dreams if nothing else. It will all be strange history to future generations.

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