Small yote or fox I believe.
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I'll go with a yote.
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I say yote, first thing I saw was bushy tail.
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I'm going to say a fox
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I think its to big to be a grey fox. I would have to say yote.
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Looked like a yote to me
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I'm gonna be with most of the rest. I think it's a yote.
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Thanks! I think we have a consensus winner on yote. I was not sure at first and started seeing something that apparently was not there.
Where this camera is located the nearby river rose between 3-4' by Monday and had receeded around a foot overnight by the time I retrieved the camera today. The area received around 3-3.5" rain between Saturday and Sunday AM. I typically do not keep my cameras out in the this area too long as many people fish the shores of this little river. I placed it there Friday knowing that it was supposed to thunderstorm over the weekend and there would be very little foot traffic.