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Weekend Ranch Trip and ID question #7531453 06/10/19 04:25 PM
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Made a trip out to the ranch to look for some hogs this weekend. We were able to locate and dispose of 1 boar, saw a ton of fawns that couldn't have been more than a week old, and blew up some fruit with Tannerite. Fun weekend over all!

Found this print. My first thought is Turkey but it seemed like a really large print for a turkey. Three Toed Yeti? muyloco



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Emu? confused2


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Originally Posted by SnakeWrangler
Emu? confused2


That's what BIL said but we've never seen or caught any on camera.

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Turkey, when the soil was wet, then dried out without being disturbed... turkey had a little mud already "balled" up on/around his toes so the impression left is the size of a turkey "wearing" muddy boots.


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My guess is also a turkey.


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Looks like you may have had a visit from Dave... aka txshntr aka T-Rex

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I was thinking maybe a baby roc.

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Was this near a pond bank? If so, great heron would be my guess.


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Originally Posted by dkershen
Was this near a pond bank? If so, great heron would be my guess.


No pond, but it was pretty close to an area with a flowing spring.

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