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Bob Bowhay / 84 items

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During a recent trip to Writing on Stone P.P. , we came across a badger. I have seen a few over the years, but this was the first tine I got to photograph one. There are only about 1000 of this subspieces found in the prairie provinces left in Canada and less than 500 total of the other three sub-species. We were fortunately downwind. We parked about 30 meters away from the burrow. Badgers have poor eyesight so when it would pop it's head out of the hole and if we were quiet, it would come out. Any sudden movement or noise sent it back into the burrow.

Tags:   American Badger Vertabrates (Chordata) Mammals (Wild) Animals Mammals (Class Mammalia)

N 1 B 67 C 2 E Aug 11, 2018 F Aug 15, 2018
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This Nuttall's / Mountain Cottontail was looking for a cool place in Writing on Stone National Park. It was only 33°C this afternoon compared to 40°C the afternoon before when I was seeking shade.

Tags:   Mountain / Nutall's Cottontail Rabbit Writing on Stone Mammals (Wild) Alberta Vertabrates (Chordata) Animals Mammals (Class Mammalia) Places Canada

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Dinosaur Provincial Park as the sun goes down.

Tags:   mule deer Vertabrates (Chordata) Mammals (Class Mammalia) Mammals (Wild) Animals

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Surprisingly this muskrat swam directly at us. only veering of when it was a few feet away.

Tags:   Muskrat Vertabrates (Chordata) Mammals (Class Mammalia) Mammals (Wild) Animals

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This muskrat was busy pulling up the reeds by their roots and enjoying a fresh meal.

Tags:   Muskrat Vertabrates (Chordata) Mammals (Class Mammalia) Mammals (Wild) Animals


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