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|date of photo Sep 14, 2009
location Bank of the Mad River, approximately 1/4 mile upstream of the Hammond Trail Bridge, near Arcata (Humboldt County, California, US)notes This trail shows where a beaver came out of the river and walked up the bank. There are one front and one hind track near the ruler in the lower part of the photo. The beaver was traveling toward the camera. The long mark was made by dragging the tail.keywords: beaver, Castor canadensis, tracks and trails, tail drag, animal tracks
camera Olympus E-volt E500 digital SLR 8MPphoto category: Animal - Mammal
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