|Cutting across the foothills|
|Looking for other hikers|
|Bee getting pollen already|
|Torrey Yuccas, Potrillo Mountains on the horizon|
|Bushwhacking across the desert floor|
|Another rodent trail|
|Which berries in this feces?|
Signs of spring! And I don't mean the berries in the feces.
I came across raccoon feces lately, and they were filled with seeds of (invasive, non-native) Asian bittersweet. It's hard to believe that the raccoon could find these fruits, given how far into the winter we are. I'm surprised that birds (or other raccoons) had not eaten the fruits long ago. I don't see ANYTHING to eat out in the preserve right now, but there are still robins hanging around, so they're finding something to eat. Obviously, wildlife is very resourceful.
Wildlife is resourceful, Scott; just wish I could identify what that particular critter was eating.
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