Wildlife never ceases to amaze me. Spending time in the outdoors will always teach us things. Like these tracks found on the ground where a squirrel obviously spent time building the foundation for a tunnel well before winters heavy snowfall begins.
Tracks in snow can teach us a lot about nature. These squirrel tracks made a pathway and tunnels in just two inches of snow.
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