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Identify Animal Tracks | Track Identification Chart

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Use our handy chart to identify animal tracks you see in the snow when you’re out on your next nature walk.

A dusting of snow in New England is sure to reveal foot (or paw) prints, a sign our woodland creatures are still active. Do you share your backyard space with a long-tailed weasel? Perhaps those tracks you saw while snowshoeing yesterday actually belonged to a moose, a wolf, or a bear. You never know who else might be in the woods.

 

Use our handy chart to identify animal tracks you see in the snow when you’re out on your next nature walk.

For a larger, printable PDF of the Animal Track Identification Chart, please fill out the form below.

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Use this chart to identify animal tracks in the snow.

Erick Ingraham

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Read about one woman’s humorously unsuccessful attempt to identify animal tracks while skiing.

This chart was originally published on page 83 of out January/February 2012 issue as part of our  43 reasons to embrace winter. What are your favorite reasons to embrace winter?

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