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    Bear or bobcat track?

    Yes, surely not a Grizzly!! LOL I know they're not native to the area.
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    Bear or bobcat track?

    Yes! Was definitely not that large! But like I said, could be a black cub? I'm not even sure how common (and how many sightings of) black bears are throughout the Pines... Then I was thinking a coyote, but I would think they have quite skinny prints.
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    Bear or bobcat track?

    Black bear print:
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    Bear or bobcat track?

    I found this print picture comparison. Could be a wolf? But it looked too wide, "fat" to be a wolf print. The other picture is a small black bear print that I found on Google. Looks quite similar? Not sure. Maybe I'll find an animal print expert somewhere. Nevertheless, it's just my curiosity!
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    Bear or bobcat track?

    Sorry! I posted from my iPhone so I really couldn't change the sizing at the time.
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    Bear or bobcat track?

    Definitely not hooved. A horse print is not that large. I wish I had laid something to compare it to. I was thinking possibly a black bear cub? I mean no other animal is that large with that wide of a print that resides in the Barrens other than a small black bear or a bobcat of some sort...
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    Bear or bobcat track?

    After a very long hike through the Pines this weekend (not far from Atsion), I stumbled across animal prints that were not too familiar to me. Way too large to be a big dog (as we had one with us and could easily compare) and way too wide to be a deer. Here's the picture so you could see for...