Identifying Animal Tracks in the Snow

Have you ever come across animal tracks in the snow, yet weren't sure what animal made the tracks? We can help!



Raccoon in the Snow
Were those tracks in the snow made by a raccoon? A skunk? A deer? A rabbit?
Photo by Fotolia/Nialat
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Compare the animal tracks you found in the snow to this chart to find out what animals have been roaming around in your area.
Illustration by MOTHER EARTH NEWS staff

















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