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    Trail Wildlife!

    Lets see some wildlife pics that you've snapped while out on the trail.

    My wife took these while we were running a wash down by the Colorado river today. I thought it went well with Memorial Day, proud and noble:
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    Trail Wildlife!

    Quote Originally Posted by FoxC View Post
    Lets see some wildlife pics that you've snapped while out on the trail.

    My wife took these while we were running a wash down by the Colorado river today. I thought it went well with Memorial Day, proud and noble:
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    Ok now that's awesome!!!! Saw a deer on the trail at rauch creek last weekend but couldn't get my phone up fast enough


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    The best I have is of a lizard. Saw coyotes, fox, and a bobcat but no pics. My be a little quick at the camera draw.

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    Trail Wildlife!

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    Here's a rabbit we saw in mojave. Pretty tall.

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    Rather large owl

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    Outside of Vail...us East coast guys seldom see an entire herd of elk

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    Quote Originally Posted by sean.m.adams33 View Post
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    Here's a rabbit we saw in mojave. Pretty tall.
    Sure it was'nt a jackalope?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sean.m.adams33 View Post
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    Here's a rabbit we saw in mojave. Pretty tall.
    It may be a hare - taller, skinnier, and a bit "rougher" looking than a rabbit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tarditi View Post
    It may be a hare - taller, skinnier, and a bit "rougher" looking than a rabbit.
    While it technically may be a hare, out west we call them jackrabbits.
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    Trail Wildlife!

    Quote Originally Posted by FoxC View Post
    Lets see some wildlife pics that you've snapped while out on the trail.

    My wife took these while we were running a wash down by the Colorado river today. I thought it went well with Memorial Day, proud and noble:
    IMG_3286 (800x533).jpgIMG_3287 (800x533).jpg
    That's awesome!

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