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Identify Animal Tracks

Identify Animal Tracks
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by in Jan 2012

A dusting of snow reveals prints, a sign our woodland creatures are still active. Use this chart to identify animal tracks in the snow.

Animal Tracks

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One Response to Identify Animal Tracks

  1. David January 22, 2015 at 12:43 pm #

    The Animal footprint chart is great, only one problem.
    As we get older, its difficult to FOCUS on such small pictures of the footprints.
    Ever try reading the fine print on an Excedrin bottle at 4 in the morning.
    Enlarging the pictures would be a great help.

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