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Publicado el 06 de febrero de 2013 a las 12:45 PM por kpmcfarland kpmcfarland


Hearing the fisher program recently on Vermont Edition reminded me that we don't have a fisher photo record yet in the Vermont Atlas of Life. Anyone care to dredge up an old fisher photo, or better yet, go get a new one? It's our last (but not Least) weasel.

Anotado por kylejones hace mas de 11 años

I've seen their tracks but sadly it was before I was using iNaturalist.

Anotado por charlie hace mas de 11 años

We've had track observations for a while, but I was looking for the real deal. We've got a record in there now.

Anotado por kylejones hace mas de 11 años

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