Animal Tracks at Centennial Woods

Since the last time I was in my phenological spot, Centennial Woods, a lot has changed. Unlike last time, there was a thick layer of snow on the ground and most everything was covered in ice. The twigs and grass snapped easily and the water was frozen. I was able to identify boxelder, red, norway, and sugar maple, and buckthorn trees at my site. I also noticed some tracks near the stream bank of what looked like two cats of some sort (hard to tell since they were walking together) and a small deer.

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