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    Not sure what this.......

    but I'm certain it's not a . . . . . . . . bobcat
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    From Westwoods trail in Guilford CT. If you look closely in the first one, you can see my camera and biking gloves.


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    frankbeamer, what is that thing clamped onto your saddle's rails?
    nice pics by the way.

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    Do I qualify if I'm posting about myself as wildlife?

    Anyway, here I am at my day job.



    We have a long history of riding in my family. Here's my grandfather...


    But my son isn't into biking, he's more of a DOGrider.


    He is a video of my other son riding on holidays in Asia. Loves the place, lot of traffic though.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=67QFoOEC74Q
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    Quote Originally Posted by mace2
    frankbeamer, what is that thing clamped onto your saddle's rails?
    It's called a Trek quick cleat rail kit.
    It looks like this and connects to bags like this. I use it for city riding or when I dont want to carry around a full camelbak.

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    Stranger than fiction

    I saw this guy one day after a long climb. He wanted a ride but I was like, "no way dude, I don't trust you!". Just something about him,
    had a funny look in his eyes. He tried to claim he'd starred in Star Trek as a clingon or something but I wasn't buying it.


    A week later I saw this pic in the paper. Apparently a hairy large bigfoot sasquatch looking guy had robbed an outdoor shop.
    Could be the same guy. Different forehead though!


    Eyewitness reports say he was spotted running from the scene with this girl...


    (AP) His ex, featured below (enjoying some musical hobbies), was quoted yesterday by the BBC
    as saying she would reportedly "rip that little sapiens ho's arms off" if she ever catches her with her man, who she called "Horris".
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    According to the FBI, they're part of this gang...
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    The ' Getaway"

    What's our world coming to ?
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    They are easily scared but will return in numbers.
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    a helluva lot meaner than any bear, bigger and scarier to boot. this guy wasn't too used to people which is a good thing

    what would rainbow unicorn do?

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    There are some great shots in this thread

    Thought I'd add one of my own
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    It's gotta be awesome to be an Aussie. I see your silly deer and goats and raise you a friggen kangaroo!
    Bike good, work bad.

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    Camo Croc

    You'll love this then.......
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    This one's not 'on the trail'

    But there is what looks a fire road in the background so it counts (kind of) My wife and I in Thailand at the Tiger Temple
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    Ya.....

    I got nothin'
    Just this guy
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    Famous Last Words....."Hey, watch this!!"

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    Was riding one of the local greenways here in CHarlotte and came across this family of deer grazing about. I sat there for about 5 minutes just watching them. The baby kept hiding in the longer brush ad was barely visable to the naked eye.
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    I think I almost ran over him last week at the whitewater center, then i saw him again crossing the anne springs greenway, then he tried to kill me at sherman branch...

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    Bear, moose, coyote, deer, porcupine, beaver, rabbit, turkey, eagle, hawk, pine marten, grey and red fox, mink, squirrell, toad, newt, frog, snake, pheasant, grouse, human, and a host of many others right here in New Hampshire. Sorry, no digital pics, just mental pics.
    Funnest encounter was riding up on a 7' high at the shoulder bull moose, startling him and then following him as he ran ahead. Scariest was being within 20' of a deer at dusk on a speeding downhill. The bears were not scary, just scared of me.

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    Sweet pics and interesting critters, folks!

    Here's a few mini-creatures from my weekend on the Uncompahgre Plateau here in Western Colorado.

    Plus a particularly vibrant collared lizard from a week or so ago.

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    Bear

    I'm not sure if this is appropriate, but...

    Back of the camera, back of the pack.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Razorfish
    Whatever this trap is for I don't want to run into on the trail.


    But really that looks like it's there to keep something OUT. Are those weed plants growing in there?
    "Good health is the slowest possible way one can die."

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    "I want a liter of cola and a cheeseburger." "A cheeseburger, it's for a cop"
    I love that movie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE,
    A Mountain Goat, they are very rare to see and live above the tree line up on the jagged peaks, and only found in the U.S.A. I lived in Colorado for 12 years and I only had one sighting.
    I saw 3 my first week living in CO. Saw 2 about a week ago. You can imagine how many I have seen between...

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    Saw this girl Wednesday night right on the trail and about the size of my hand

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    just a couple...

    Both near Fruita:
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChromedToast
    I saw 3 my first week living in CO. Saw 2 about a week ago. You can imagine how many I have seen between...
    Yeah they have made a good come back from what I have heard. I left colorado in 1987 and they were very rare to see back then. What area's have you seen them in?
    The same with Bald Eagles I lived there for eleven years and was an avid hunter and outdoorsman and never once did I see a Bald Eagle. But in the last ten years I have seen them on a regular basis every time I come back to visit.
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