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Thread: Footprints, not cat, racoon or possumm

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    Default Footprints, not cat, racoon or possumm

    Any idea on these prints, about 12 inches apart, 1 1/2 inches long in a loping manner. I'm thinking maybe a weasel or fisher. I know we have fishers in the local area but seems out of place around houses, I've seen them in the woods a couple kms away.
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    Raccoon?
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    Definitely not a coon....hard to tell without a good size reference, but mink maybe ????

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    Looks a little like the tracks our resident Fishers leave around sometimes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by greatwhite View Post
    Raccoon?
    Definitely not, we have enough of those around.

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    I'm beginning to think mink too, almost too small for a fisher. Thanks.

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    Otter?
    Take the warning labels off. Darwin will solve the problem.

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    No tail dragging and it climbed over a fence.

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    Fisher

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    How about a Pine Martin, lady down the street was walking her little chitzu dog and she saw a little brown elongated animal go across the street in front of her. Described it as about the size of a small cat, brown with a short tail. Made the footprints as per the photo at the top. I've never seen any around our area, west of Barrie.

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