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  1. Papa Bear

    Why did you not take a picture of the prints?

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  2. Christine

    would love to know what area of sandy hook- I’m nervous! LOL

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  3. stephanie

    I have just found 3 carcusses and gray fur, of what looks to be 3 gray dogs, probably coyotes, This looks like it could of been done by a mountain lion. I live off of Brushy Hill in Newtown, Ct. Who do I call to report this? Maybe it was done by a pack of wolves.

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  4. Sharon

    Went eagle watching in your area a few weeks ago. There were cat tracks in the snow and they were a decent size. I mentioned them to a female volunteer and she thought they could be coyote or bobcat tracks. There were no claw or nail marks at all. They could have grown bigger with a thaw and refreeze, I suppose, but what IF that didn’t happen?????

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    • weather01089

      They can indeed thaw and freeze, and that MAY increase the size. But when that happens detail is normally lost. Cougar tracks are normally greater than 2 1/2 inches or so. Google and there are some excellent pictures that you can use to help identify them. Canine tracks in snow lose the claws often on a thaw. The pad detail is different on bobcat and cougar tracks.

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