This was one of the Bobcat tracks but really hard to see well in photo. It was very rounded and showed no claw mark. Much easier to see than photograph. Will try again to get better ones!
This was one of the Coyote tracks and there were lots! Note you can see the claw holes in front.
More Coyote tracks but easier to see them on the compacted snow.
Lots of Coyote tracks on the other side of the stream led us to find the dead deer in the stream which it must be regularly feeding on. Tracks and scat all around.
This is one of many Gray Squirrel tracks throughout the forest.
These are Eastern Cottontail tracks.
These tracks were from a Fisher that was bounding through the snow. They were probably 3 - 4 feet apart. We followed several lots of Fisher tracks.
We followed several of the Fisher tracks and eventually they led us to this Den under some logs and branches. Fresh tracks all around the entrance. You may be able to see some of the prints in top left of photo.
This was another entrance to the Fisher Den with more tracks all around the entrance
This was a set of Mouse tracks, probably White-footed Mouse? You can just see the tail marks dragging behind the feet.
This is a close up of the Mouse tracks which show the tail marks better.
This is a White-tailed Deer track showing two holes from the Dew Claw.
This last one is interesting and we think it must be a Weasel because of the size of the hole it came out of and the size of the tracks. There are two possibilities - Long-tailed Weasel and Short-tailed weasel. We will put a camera trap out in 2 weeks time after I return from California and try and get a few of the animals on film.