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    Quote Originally Posted by 2ridealot View Post
    Can someone identify this critter for me? It was in Loma,CO.

    I saw many prairie dogs while riding but this was different and bolted when I moved closer.
    Ground squirrel?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mountain Cycle Shawn View Post
    Ground squirrel?
    It was larger than a squirrel. I was thinking weasel but I'm pretty sure I haven't seen one in person before.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2ridealot View Post
    Can someone identify this critter for me? It was in Loma,CO.

    I saw many prairie dogs while riding but this was different and bolted when I moved closer.

    That is a weasel, nice picture. Thought it was
    a Marten at first but the tail is to long in your
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    Quote Originally Posted by Loudviking View Post
    That is a weasel, nice picture. Thought it was
    a Marten at first but the tail is to long in your
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    Thanks!

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    Saw this bruin out at the beginning of .....

    ...our ride today....estimate weight at high 300"s or 400"s......
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    I headed out Friday night and came across two snakes. One was black and small but by the time I stopped the bike to get a photo it had dived off into the undergrowth.

    The other was this beauty.
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    I'm guessing it's about two feet long (perhaps longer) but it was hard to tell as it got pissed off with me while I was trying to take a photo and it started lunging at me.

    Any idea what type of snake it is and more importantly is it poisonous? I guess I should know this before I start trying to take photos of pissed off snakes..

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    Quote Originally Posted by kerryn View Post
    Any idea what type of snake it is and more importantly is it poisonous? I guess I should know this before I start trying to take photos of pissed off snakes..
    Looks like a king snake to me which is not venomous. The way I understand it, if the red and black are next to each other it's a king snake but if the red and yellow touch each other, it's a coral snake and definitely venomous.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtbnozpikr View Post
    Looks like a king snake to me which is not venomous. The way I understand it, if the red and black are next to each other it's a king snake but if the red and yellow touch each other, it's a coral snake and definitely venomous.

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    Definitely a variation of Kingsnake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtbnozpikr View Post
    "Red touches yellow, you're a dead fellow. Red touches black, you're okay Jack."
    Awesome! Thanks.

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    Good day for spotting bugs

    Went for an early morning ride to try to beat some of the heat today, but it was still like riding in an Amazon rain forest. I saw a couple of cool bugs though, so I'm glad I went.

    I stopped for a lunch break and noticed this butterfly hanging around my bike. It was interesting because the bike has the same colors as it's wings, black and pale pearl blue. I don't know if it was attracted by the colors (was it trying to mate with my bike?!?!) or the sweat dripping off the bike (???), but it sat on several spots on the bike for a good 10 minutes before it flew off.




    I was in the latrine before I started the ride and spotted the biggest damn spider I've ever seen in Michigan. That's the toe of my size 44 shoe for size comparison. It wasn't at all aggressive and was still most of the time. I looked it up when I got home and found out that it's a Fishing Spider. They're basically harmless to humans. Good thing 'cuz they can grow up to 4" across.

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    Chipmunk eating the fruit of a barrel cactus.

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    Close-up of the same photo.

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    This thread needs more snakes; and Australian critters; and more snakes

    Just rode past this innocuous bit of trail...
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    ...but look closer
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    Only realised this was a bloody big python when it was right next to my leg. Must have been 3m long and as thick as my calf. Biggest snake I've seen in the wild.

    A cheeky Brushtail Possum trying to steal my dinner from my camp
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    An Echidna - this guy was big (for an Echidna, would have been at least 50cm long), shame I couldn't get my phone out before he wandered off the trail and stuck his head into a log.
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    Camping out, a couple of Green Tree Frogs thought my car was a good place to hang out. One of them eventually climbed up onto my bike!
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    A Red Belly Black Snake, sunning itself on the gravel next to a creek
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    A rather odd sight, a Python that already looked full of food, hanging out in a rock pool with his next meal ready to go (a Magpie)
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    Another Red Belly Black Snake, I'd just setup my tent and cracked a beer while waiting for the fly to dry out a bit, and this guy slithered out of the grass. Spent a good ten minutes trying to find a way into my tent. Eventually gave up and headed for the toilet block!
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    Sat down to have lunch and this Wallaby decided to join me:



    A Koala hanging out, chewing some gum leaves


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    Quote Originally Posted by Micka View Post
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    Micka, you have much more interesting wildlife than we do here in the domesticated wilds of southeastern Michigan. Those are some nice pics too!
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    New snake species for me this week.

    Long Nosed Snake Long-nosed Snake (Rhinocheilus lecontei) - Reptiles of Arizona


    Also spotted a semi rare Rattlesnake for these parts. Tiger Rattlesnake (Crotalus tigris) - Reptiles of Arizona

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    Nice photos Mick. I don't think I fully comprehended the size of the red belly black that crawled onto your tent....

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    Quote Originally Posted by chippas View Post
    Nice photos Mick.
    I agree they are awesome. Thanks for sharing.
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    Here's some of the wildlife I've seen on the trail.

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    And the most wild of them all!

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    Mtn-Rider,

    are you aware that you were riding in a zoo? haha. we have lotta wildlife round here, but no wallaby's cougers, lynx's, mountain lions, coyotes, deer, bears, turkeys, snakes(lots of snakes) rabbits, i've even been riding and sometimes see a yeti........303

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    This chipmunk was enjoying the morning. Usually these animals love to partake in kamikaze attacks at me darting across the trail.


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    Had a run in with this fuzzy neon critter. Pale Tussock maybe?

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    Today was the first time I ever wished I had a helmet cam. Not to record my mediocre riding abilities, but because, for the first time, I saw a wild Turkey hen with chicks. There was no way I would have had time to stop, grab a camera and get the shot because they were already headed for the underbrush.
    We've had a growing population of Turkeys around my area and it's not unusual to see a group of them browsing in our rural yard or blocking the driveway, totally confused by me trying to pull in, but in all the years they've been around here I'd never seen young ones.
    It definitely made my day to see 'em.
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    Lots of game out....

    ...in yesterdays heat....no camera....but in our 17+ mile ride we saw in order......14 turkeys(2 adults and 12 chicks.....)....3 med size White Tail Deer(does).....3 young Grouse...and 1 large White Tail deer(this one a buck with rack with moss all over it).....
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    Yesterday near Tucson, a rare sighting of the Upper Javelina Racing Tortoise having a pit stop...


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    Ran across another snake today, stopped to get a picture, but he took off rather quick before I could get my camera out. I did get it on the GoPro though.

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    I have a question for you wildlife experts. At the trailhead today either a lynx or bobcat sprinted past me and I'd like to figure out what it was. It went by fast so I tried to make a mental image of it. It crossed the trail directly in front of me and went into the brush.

    It was a little larger than a typical house cat and had a spotted coat. It did have a long-ish tail that came to a point (that's why I'm thinking it wasn't a bobcat). It was svelt, not burly like a bobcat I've seen in the past. And, it had a log white patch on the bottom of the tail and the white patch was outlined with black (the rest of the tail was spotted same as the coat).

    My google searches aren't getting any hits for the white patch on the bottom of the tail. Any ideas?

    EDIT: Just read that a bobcat is a form of Lynx. Guess that settles it. I had a bobcat cross about 10 feet in front of me today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marpilli View Post
    I have a question for you wildlife experts. At the trailhead today either a lynx or bobcat sprinted past me and I'd like to figure out what it was. It went by fast so I tried to make a mental image of it. It crossed the trail directly in front of me and went into the brush.

    It was a little larger than a typical house cat and had a spotted coat. It did have a long-ish tail that came to a point (that's why I'm thinking it wasn't a bobcat). It was svelt, not burly like a bobcat I've seen in the past. And, it had a log white patch on the bottom of the tail and the white patch was outlined with black (the rest of the tail was spotted same as the coat).

    My google searches aren't getting any hits for the white patch on the bottom of the tail. Any ideas?

    EDIT: Just read that a bobcat is a form of Lynx. Guess that settles it. I had a bobcat cross about 10 feet in front of me today.

    It could have been a lynx, because the bottom of their tail is white.

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    It sounds like a Bobcat/Lynx to me.

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    Bobalynx.

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    From the wikipedia page on Lynx:

    All species of lynx also have white fur on their chests, bellies and on the insides of their legs, which are extensions of the chest and belly fur.
    The bobcat (Lynx rufus) is a North American wildcat.
    The bobcat resembles other species of the Lynx genus, but is on average the smallest of the four. ... There is generally an off-white color on the lips, chin, and underparts.
    So, it was a Lynx. Lynx rufus, to be exact. It had to be a bobcat (lynx rufus) as the other species of Lynx don't live natively in North Texas.
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    Smile Wildlife

    I have spotted many different species of wildlife, including:

    porcupine, snakes (rattle and not rattle), wild burros, several different types of birds, deer, cattle, wild pigs, etc.

    But the most startling experience was rounding a curve at 15 mph and coming upon a large Ram, as large as me, in the middle of the trail. He bolted to my left into the bushes and I couldn't get a good photo. I did capture him with the video camera I had mounted to my chest..

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    Just saw a bobkitty on Sunday morning. I've also seen his bigger brother the mountain lion around. One time, while hiking, I saw a rattler with a big lizard in his mouth; only the tail was out, but it was still moving. The snake was coiled up in attack mode, but I don't think he could do much with his mouthful.

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    Prevalent.....

    ...in our area...these little guys are easy to mistake for a leave when riding....
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    Spooked a bear on my ride yesterday. Must have been pretty close too because I heard something running through the woods while I was riding then saw the bear running up the other side of the ravine. Looked pretty small so I think that mama may have been around somewhere too. Unfortunately no photo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JeffSkisMontana View Post
    ...in our area...these little guys are easy to mistake for a leave when riding....
    Wow, great picture! Thanks for sharing.
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    Rode at the lake this morning when I ran into this guy and two of his ladyfriends!

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    Had ourselves a Mexican standoff for about 7 minutes when he and his chicks decided to move off the trail!
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    Quote Originally Posted by spn4125 View Post
    Spooked a bear on my ride yesterday. Must have been pretty close too because I heard something running through the woods while I was riding then saw the bear running up the other side of the ravine. Looked pretty small so I think that mama may have been around somewhere too. Unfortunately no photo.
    Did the same thing myself last week. Did get a crappy cell phone pic though. First black bear I've seen up here. Pretty small bear but fortunately I didn't see...or hear a mama bear nearby either


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    Came around the bend and startled some VERY LARGE male elk on Saturday. Man those things are big! At first I thought it was a moose, but we don’t have them in these parts. I was still a good 75 feet from him when I stopped and after he lifted his head to assess me (and after I thought “what the heck will I do if he charges me?!”) he took off with his three friends in the opposite direction. Wasn’t able to get the camera out in time. All I could think was “Nice Rack!!” And it was, too…

    Also saw some wild turkey. Tried to record their crazy sounds, but it didn’t come out too well. I’ve seen these a few times lately. First time seeing a wild turkey and they are pretty different from the domesticated.

    And more mountain lion scat. I’m seeing it everywhere. I’ve found 5 piles in three rides the past month.

    Some great pics here!

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    Yesterday, a little bird no more than 3" long was standing right in the middle of the trail. As I rode towards her, I expected her to fly up & away, but instead she ran down the trail in front of me dragging her wing and chirping like mad. I first I thought she was hurt, but then I realized she was doing the "don't go after my babies - chase me because I'm hurt" thing that some birds do. I rode very, very slowly behind her for about 3' -4', explaining that I was not going to eat her babies. She dashed into the underbrush and flew away. I had to admire her bravery.

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    The last two mornings, I have seen way too many spiders!

    Had to stop every 1 - 2 miles to clean all the webs and stowaway spiders from me....This morning I smacked right into a good sized garden spider who had remarkably spun a web over a nice vast space of singletrack and after hitting the web with spider at a brisk speed, the spider was right there crawling on the bridge of my nose.

    I have to admit I emitted what some would describe as a man-scream as I hurridly flicked that honker off of me.
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    Park closed down, mountain lion now in captivity. Whiting Ranch, Orange County Southern Ca. Area is surround by homes. After numerous reports from mountain bikers someone posted this video and finally Fish and Game came out...after about a week. Same park that MTBer Mark Reynolds was killed in by mountain lion a few years back.

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    Was riding yesterday with my friend when I went around a corner and a small raccoon hurried up into a tree. He was a cute little fella.

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    I was out in Montana staying at the Yellowstone Club up in Big Sky and one day we took the bikes down to some property that Ted Turner owns. There is a road that cuts through T.T's Flying D Ranch (that he has tried to have closed to the public with no success) and we rode in on it.

    There is a massive heard of Buffalo that we took a few pictures of:


    And a picture of a deer that we spooked that had been bedded amongst them:

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    Large soft shell turtle...his neck was about a foot long when I spotted him
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    Had a few wildlife encounters today in the Tortolitas near Tucson...

    First it was something cute and cuddly:



    Then something small and cute, but not so cuddly:



    Then his big brother:



    Then something really NOT cute or cuddly:



    And I didn't hang around long for this guy:

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    Otay Lake Chula Vista, California

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    Otay Lake Chula Vista, California

    Couple of weeks ago on the upper dam, does this count as "wild" life
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cobra8d View Post
    Couple of weeks ago on the upper dam, does this count as "wild" life
    I bet you bought a better camera with a telephoto lens for the next ride

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