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They burrow straight down when startled.
This week's hike. First time my wife did not freak-out when seeing a snake. Of course she always spots them before me.
Pine Marten, near Park Ridge, Oregon Cascades, 11/2008
Edited by Lancem on 06/07/2009 22:19:02 MDT.
Me and my son spotted this guy while we were training for the TRT...
He just looks nasty,CheersMark
Mommy isn't UL, but her two little ones are...
Ptarmigan? Dusky grouse?MarmotsMountain Goat
Edited by Steingass on 06/28/2009 06:42:47 MDT.
Sierra Garter Snake-Dingley Creek,YosemiteFor a snake he was quite tame and we were able to pick him up from the get go...
Colorado cutthroat, from Adams Fork(12")
in the first photo, the little guy was hiding in a fire pit.the crayfish appeared on my bandanna when i dipped it into a stream to cool off. it almost got rung out to death!
Edited by findpecos on 08/22/2009 06:00:43 MDT.
This Marmot owns a excellent piece of property at Mesa Lake in Humphreys Basin..
Edited by Creachen on 08/22/2009 17:37:14 MDT.
This Ptarmigan was seen on Donohue Pass.A moth on Ranger Buttons
Alpine Grasshopper (rare)Yellow wormPlatypus (about as much as you normally see of one)Platypus from the other side
harmless, the adult crane fly lives on nectar if it eats at all.unknown hawkcommon tarantula
Edited by mikeinfhaz on 09/29/2009 16:55:09 MDT.
using my new lumix with the "macro zoom" setting, im getting better results than my aftermarket macro 10x lens for my old Canon: some type of fly...
Southern Alligator lizardRange: S.Washington,Oregon,California10-16 inches long1-41 eggsDiurnalCanyon Creek Lake, Trinity Alps 5,606 ftI am a Geek
Or at least the evidence of them.
Quite harmless to humans.Australian Diamond Python.
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