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    anyone have any stories of their encounters with animals?
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    last year i was on the trails up north, just having fun going downhill and boom a black bear was right in front of me (about 15 feet away from me) i brake so hard and i turned around and got out of there asap
    luckily it didn't chase me

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    Re: animal encounters

    I hit a turkey on my way to a ride.

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    Turkeys are common.
    Deer are frequent
    See bobcats on occasion
    Years ago, before my biking hiatus, I ran into a mountain lion
    that was,... interesting. It was 20ft away.
    same era, riding with friends, they were ahead of me on the trail. Suddenly they blast past me yelling "GO! GO! GO!"
    I didn't hesitate, I turned around and followed.
    Then I found out they came across a Llama. A freaking Llama deep in the forest. It was blocking the path. The idiots tossed rocks and were yelling to get it to move, it didn't like that and charged and chased them.
    All the time I thought it was a bear or mountain lion....

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    A creepy encounter: My home trails are connected to the trailhead by a mile and a half of straight, rails-to-trails doubletrack through a forest. At night, it looks like an endless dark tunnel through the trees. So, I was finishing up a night ride and heading out. Up ahead, I see a pair of glowing eyes really low to the ground. I'm thinking maybe raccoon, they were about that low. As I got closer, they started to rise up, and up, and up. They seemed to nearly reach the height of a person. Just as this thing was starting to get into range of my spotlight, it turned around and bolted through the trees. All I could make out of it's body was that it was big and covered with short, brown hair. I'm guessing it was a deer, browsing on something on the trail and looking up at me when I got close. Or maybe a chupacabra, either one.

    A scary encounter: The trail system also has wild hogs. On a ride last spring I came across three or four tiny little piglets on the trail. They decided to hide from me by running to the edge of the trail, burying their faces in the grass, and squealing bloody murder. I turned around and got out of there before mama came to the rescue.

    A surreal encounter: On one of my last night rides this spring, just after sunset, I kept coming across doves just sitting in the middle of the trail. They'd take off only when I got close to them. Must have seen 5 or 6 of them, I lost count. Strange because I rarely see doves at all. I was wondering if they were some sort of omen, or maybe I had accidentally wandered onto the set of a John Woo film. I kept an eye out for slow-motion gunfights. If something exploded behind me I was ready to keep on riding without looking back or flinching.
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    Saw this guy yesterday. He looked kind of wily.

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    Yeah, I've come head to head with a coyote before. I was riding the hunting trails across the street from my house and we bumped into and scared the crap out of each other. I also encountered a black bear once in central FL. We also scared the crap out if each other. I rode like the wind to get as far from it as I could.

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    deer, elk, bear(black and grizzly), moose, bobcats, turkeys, grouse. it is uncommon not to see wildlife on the trail.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crutton View Post
    anyone have any stories of their encounters with animals?
    Just people with their dogs off leash, illegally of course

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    my brother and i found this big gopher snake laying on the trail a few weeks ago

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    Quote Originally Posted by beshannon View Post
    Just people with their dogs off leash, illegally of course
    Nothing bothers me more than this. There's a conservation area up the road from me and a section of it was turned into an off leash dog park a few years back. Last year I'm riding through the forest, far from the off leash area when a dog runs up to me and starts barking. I get off my bike and put it in between me and the dog. It lunges towards me growling and barking. I finally see the owners and yell at them "come get your dog right now!!". Their response is "Calm down, if you're scared of dogs maybe you shouldn't ride your bike in here". They didn't care one bit when I pointed out that it was not an off leash area.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FASTIVAB6TG25MR View Post
    my brother and i found this big gopher snake laying on the trail a few weeks ago

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    That's just a baby, and also that is a road.

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    Coolest thing around here lately is great gray owls. Easy to identify from their calls. Very hard to spot.

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    Seen a fox when I cornered real hard and he/she looked at me and shot off into the forest.

    Came across a spike buck blocking the trail, and that SOB wouldn't move! Just stood there starring at me for 2-4 minutes I said, eff it and took another route.

    Nearly ran over a couple snakes a few times, both times were black king snake. I left them in peace to keep the rattlers away.

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    A couple of years ago they started grazing sheep on the FS land at one of my favorite loops. It's a 5 mile climb from the car and a ripping, 7 mile descent on buffed singletrack back to the parking lot for high-fives and adult beverages.

    On the way up my friend and I noticed sheep wagons, but didn't think anything of them. After a brief water break and a deciding ro-sham-bo at the top, we were ready for the down. I took the win with the rock over scissors and was stoked to be going first since the previous two times we rode, he came away with the win.

    Came ripping around a corner to find the flock of sheep that belonged to those wagons and I had to dump a good amount of speed. I can hear my buddy screaming 'GO, GO, GOOOO!!!' as he comes down the trail. At this moment, I notice a dog, the size of a small horse, at full gait, coming for me through the sage brush. Two of them were already onto him. Those Great Pyrenees chased us a good ways down the trail.

    Nobody rides that trail much anymore for fear of getting eaten by one of those monstrous beasts.

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    Deer are pretty norm for me and plenty of the smaller critters. Only close call was came out of a fast but narrow "s" section to almost get a face full of deer ass!!! 2 sitting on the trail right outta the turn. Everywhere I ride is wooded with decently thick undergrowth, so no way of seeing them till last second. Hit brakes so hard I had to drop off pedals and racked myself. Swear if deer and crapped itself outta fear it would have been on my front tire. I hollered back to my brother who was coming up behind me so he could stop before hitting me. That scared the deer off. We had a good laugh about the whole thing while I let the pain in my jewels wear off.

    Then this last weekend, first time on dirt this year, took my 7yr old son for a ride on our favorite trails. He was just cruising along enjoying his newly rebuilt bike to even notice when he almost ran it over, but I saw it coiling back almost in the middle of a turn. Startled me to see a snake on the trail, first time for me. Luckily was just a yearling garter snake. Didn't even take a snip at us, was more of an "oh **** that was almost my head" reaction, waited for me to pass and went on his way.

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    got charged by a javelina last week on a trip to phoenix. as my friend remarked "around where we are from, the trails are nice are peaceful... in phoenix, everything pretty much wants to kill you". Saw another in Sedona the same week. maybe i've been marked.

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    Some years back I was riding a fairly new singletrack early in the morning with a buddy at our local state forest. I was in the lead and came around a blind corner with some speed and saw something in the trail ahead of me on the ground that was clearly living (i.e. furry, not a tree). Grabbed a handful of panic brake and in the course of sailing over the bars realized it was Bambi sleeping in the middle of the trail. White spots and everything. I nearly landed on it and in scampering away it gave me a little kick then was gone. I got up and rolled out pretty fast for fear of momma who I knew had to be close by. That was my closest so far...

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    Quote Originally Posted by J.B. Weld View Post
    That's just a baby, and also that is a road.
    Ya beat me to the "road" quote.
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    A few years ago I was riding when I stopped and saw a fawn standing close to the trail by the treeline so I stopped and took a picture of it. Didn't see mama deer at the time but as soon as I snapped the pic I heard this aweful, hidious, high-pitched, horror movie like snort that the sound of which shot down my spine fast and furiously.

    Literally scared the crap out of me - it was mama deer and she wasn't all that happy with me taking a picture of her fawn - she was scooping the ground with her front leg and I believed then it was my time to keep on pedaling - which I commenced to doing.

    I have seen many a deer - had a 6 point buck standing in the middle of the trail and had to wait 3 minutes or so for him to get off the trail. Gotta give them their space as it is their home we are riding our bikes.
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    Almost ran into this snake. Just was getting started on the trail. Came around a turn and the snake was right in the middle of the trail. I stopped about 3 feet from the snake. It coiled up instantly and stayed there for about 10 minutes.

    I've encountered a Florida Panther, hogs, snakes, deer, armadillos (never know which way they'll run), alligators, etc. Always an adventure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jugdish View Post
    Ya beat me to the "road" quote.
    gotta take the fire road to get to the trail

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    Is thread is awesome. Would love to know where you guys live to see these things. Here in Miami all I see are iguanas and a ****load of bugs

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    i was out for a 6am ride in the dark all alone. Had my lamp mounted on my helmet. i was just cruising along when I hear a loud rustling in the leaves right next to me. Im very easily scared so I hopped off my bike and whipped the light around to see what was there. There were probably 4-6 doe sleeping in the leaves right next to the trail. One had stood up, which is what I heard...

    I took off pretty quickly so the ladies could get back to bed.
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    I see moose and arctic hares almost every ride and I once accidentally ran down and killed a ptarmigan at a bike park in Quebec.

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    nice story guyzz

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    I love seeing a bit of wildlife while riding, but this thread makes me glad to be in NZ where you can crash through the forest without worrying about being bit or eaten. You can keep the snakes, bears etc etc thanks!

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    Snakes. Rattlesnakes, bull snakes, garter snakes. I once came around a corner at full speed, saw a rattlesnake in the trail, hammered the brakes, went OTB straight towards the snake. Luckily it had freaked out as much as me and I didn't land on it.

    Black bears, always running away from me.

    Coyotes. Mostly non-aggressive, although one attacked my off-leash (gasp) dog.

    Wild turkeys.

    Geese (one was protecting something and flapped the heck outta me, when I got too close).

    A big herd of bighorn sheep (who were basically disinterested in us).

    Lots and lots of deer over the years. Some scaring the cr@p outta me and vice versa.

    An owl swooping right over my head.

    Elk, running away.

    Scary lizards, squirrels and rabbits...haha.

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    I saw BIGFOOT once, does that count? Lololo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by baker View Post
    Snakes. Rattlesnakes, bull snakes, garter snakes. I once came around a corner at full speed, saw a rattlesnake in the trail, hammered the brakes, went OTB straight towards the snake. Luckily it had freaked out as much as me and I didn't land on it.

    Black bears, always running away from me.

    Coyotes. Mostly non-aggressive, although one attacked my off-leash (gasp) dog.

    Wild turkeys.

    Geese (one was protecting something and flapped the heck outta me, when I got too close).

    A big herd of bighorn sheep (who were basically disinterested in us).

    Lots and lots of deer over the years. Some scaring the cr@p outta me and vice versa.

    An owl swooping right over my head.

    Elk, running away.

    Scary lizards, squirrels and rabbits...haha.

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    Is your dog ok? What happened

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    no u didnt

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ivan M View Post
    I saw BIGFOOT once, does that count? Lololo.
    no u didnt

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    Quote Originally Posted by Superleo View Post
    Is your dog ok? What happened
    The dog (Tess) was ok, after the coyote was chased off. Basically like a regular short dog fight.

    On the other hand, she has been bitten by rattlesnakes twice, once resulting in her death and resuscitation by my wife (who is a vet and happened to be right there when it happened). Tess has been an expensive dog (ever priced rattlesnake antivenin?)...

    The joys of "country living". The rattlesnake bites were at our house, not on the trail.
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    Quote Originally Posted by baker View Post
    The dog (Tess) was ok, after the coyote was chased off. Basically like a regular short dog fight.

    On the other hand, she has been bitten by rattlesnakes twice, once resulting in her death and resuscitation by my wife (who is a vet and happened to be right there when it happened). Tess has been an expensive dog (ever priced rattlesnake antivenin?)...

    The joys of "country living". The rattlesnake bites were at our house, not on the trail.
    I imagine those were really ****ty experiences. I'm glad Tess is ok. What did your wife do? Sorry to ask so many questions but I'm a sucker for these stories. In Miami all I have are iguanas. I saw a few snakes when I used to ride ATVs but they slithered off right away and were tiny.

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    I believe it was a shot of adrenalin to the heart and CPR. That is one tough dog. I found the (dead) rattlesnake a couple days later. It was caught in some landscaping netting, which is probably why the dog/snake encounter happened.

    The local animal that I haven't seen is a mountain lion. For a couple years, I used to get all creeped out while riding solo at night, thinking about them. One of my riding buddies did see one, had his light die on him right then, and had to dig through his pack for a spare while sitting there worrying about the cat. Got the light back on and got the heck outta there.
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    I've seen almost all of the scenery Baker has over the years excluding bear and big horn sheep. Bear digging in garbage don't count does it? I have to add fox, bobcat, and copperhead to the list though. I've only seen two bobcats throughout my life. Those cats stay hidden. I've always heard mountain lion legends and I know we have black bears in this area, but I haven't seen those on my bike. I saw my first bobcat on an ATV. The second one ran across the road in front of me when I was in a remote area in my car. I have seen elk in Eastern Kentucky, they're everywhere, but they're slowly migrating toward my current area, which is central Kentucky.
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    Rabbit eyes glow red @ night, like little devils. Been chased by a big tom turkey, 9 mph and kept on running. Almost t boned a buck on a downhill ride early am once. I was at speed, he was at full run, about 20' away, all I saw was deer in front of me on the trail, in the air. 2 fistfull of brakes helped avoid collision.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rod View Post
    I've only seen two bobcats throughout my life. Those cats stay hidden.
    Lucky! There are supposed siting of bobcats around here, but I've never seen one.
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    ran into black bears 3 weeks in a row last late spring. Bought a bear tag this year.

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    Small herd of Elk on the Argos climb at Apex trails in Golden Co this early evening. Nothing rare but still nice to see.

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    Hit an owl when it jesus'd on me in the middle of the night while eating road kill


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    I was almost run down by a stampede of wild burros being chased by off leash dogs.

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    I see a lot of "standard" New England wildlife like deer, turkeys, squirrels, snakes, etc, but this winter while fatbiking the Cape Cod National Seashore we saw a Snowy Owl. It was huge and white, no mistaking it. Apparently its a bad lemming year and they all flew south to find food. They like dunes because it similar to the tundra in appearance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by icecreamjay View Post
    I see a lot of "standard" New England wildlife like deer, turkeys, squirrels, snakes, etc, but this winter while fatbiking the Cape Cod National Seashore we saw a Snowy Owl. It was huge and white, no mistaking it. Apparently its a bad lemming year and they all flew south to find food. They like dunes because it similar to the tundra in appearance.
    Yeah they came way south this year, we had them along the NJ coast also. Friends that live there got some great shots of them in the dunes in Island Beach State Park.

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    Quote Originally Posted by David R View Post
    I love seeing a bit of wildlife while riding, but this thread makes me glad to be in NZ where you can crash through the forest without worrying about being bit or eaten. You can keep the snakes, bears etc etc thanks!
    Yeah I love living here, the worst you have to worry about is a couple of sheep, some cows and a heap of rocks. Maybe the nasty magpies and the odd sandfly or wasp.

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    The usual deer, turkey, critters....
    Mountain lion in southern Indiana ran across the trail in front of me.
    Few weeks back there was a moose right beside the trail, it was not concerned with me at all.

    Also accidentally ran over a copperhead last year, also interesting and a bit scary.

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    I've also seen two bobcats while mountain biking. One at the end of a trail from about 50 feet away, I stopped, he just calmly walked away.

    The other i was bombing down a logging road, through a clearcut, and it came out of the clear cut, and just kind of merged in front of me. At fist I was awe struck, then realized I was gaining on him fast. I had a vision of him jumping in the air, twisting around, and latching on my face! So, I slowed down and let him go.

    Awesome to see one in the wild though!!

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    All on pavement, during in-town rides in a city of almost 900,000 people:

    Yesterday I saw a dead snake (about 3 ft long) stretched out perpendicular to the curb. My husband rode right by about two inches from the head and never saw it. I didn't go back to look.

    Last summer in a different part of town I saw a similar sized dead snake (non native) that looked to me like some type of constrictor that likely either got loose or was turned loose.

    In my neighborhood along a little green belt with a creek, someone pointed out a snake ~ 2 feet long -- hanging out on a branch -- it most definitely was not a native species; again appeared to be some type of constrictor.
    Weird to see more snakes on the pavement than out on the trail and species that are not indigenous to central Texas.

    Saw a large and very creepy raccoon a few weeks ago on a trail; it didn't appear inclined to run off so I just turned around and went back the way I came.
    There is a maze of trails in this area, so many ways to get around him or her.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ser jameson View Post
    I've also seen two bobcats while mountain biking. One at the end of a trail from about 50 feet away, I stopped, he just calmly walked away.

    The other i was bombing down a logging road, through a clearcut, and it came out of the clear cut, and just kind of merged in front of me. At fist I was awe struck, then realized I was gaining on him fast. I had a vision of him jumping in the air, twisting around, and latching on my face! So, I slowed down and let him go.

    Awesome to see one in the wild though!!
    It is! but this one will probably cause me to OTB - talk about breaking! I run into coyotes all the time but those guys scare away as they see you coming down the hill.

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    https://www.flickr.com/photos/789348.../in/photolist- Here you go. The dogs attacked the panniers which is the same place wolfs take down a dear. I usually chase two dogs back onto the property but 5 needed to be handled more carefully. I threatened the 911 operator and the department of transportation and the local newspaper but none of them replied.
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