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View Poll Results: Which animals have you seen in the wild? (Check all that apply.)
Alligator or crocodile more than 8 feet long. 69 47.59%
American bison 99 68.28%
Badger 58 40.00%
Beaded lizard 19 13.10%
Bear (black) 88 60.69%
Bear (brown, grizzly, or polar) 52 35.86%
Beaver 112 77.24%
Bighorrn sheep or Dall sheep 74 51.03%
Black widow spider 91 62.76%
Bobcat (the animal, not the backhoe) 79 54.48%
Brown recluse spider 82 56.55%
Caribou 29 20.00%
Coyote 126 86.90%
Eagle (Any type) 133 91.72%
Elk 89 61.38%
Ermine, stoat, or weasel 44 30.34%
Gila monster 11 7.59%
Lynx 12 8.28%
Moose 73 50.34%
Mountain goat 73 50.34%
Mountain lion 40 27.59%
Non-shark fish more than eight feet long 38 26.21%
Otter (the animal, not the CP guy) 68 46.90%
Otter (the CP guy, not the animal) 6 4.14%
Peccary or javelina 14 9.66%
Porcupine 73 50.34%
Pronghorn 40 27.59%
Rattlesnake 91 62.76%
Scorpion 81 55.86%
Shark more than eight feet long 25 17.24%
Snake more than 10 feet long (other than rattlesnake) 20 13.79%
Tarantula 63 43.45%
Walrus 16 11.03%
Water moccasin/cottonmouth or copperhead 91 62.76%
Whale (any species other than orca) 56 38.62%
Whale (orca) 21 14.48%
Wild boar (or sow) 45 31.03%
Wolf 42 28.97%
Wolverine (the animal, not the comic book guy) 10 6.90%
I have seen none of these creatures 0 0%
I am unable to discern between these species. I'm from the city. 2 1.38%
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Old 07-10-2018, 10:31 AM  
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Wild Animals You Have Seen in North America

We'll keep this dialed into North America since there's a broad scope beyond our shores.

The rules are that you must have seen the animal in the wild while you were not in a closed vehicle or a house. The sighting must have taken place in North America.

No sightings in zoos, no sightings in nature parks where the animal is more or less a display animal.

National park sightings count as long as you meet the other requirements above.

Poll coming. Keep your eyes peeled and be alert.

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Old 07-10-2018, 05:14 PM   #31
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How bout Bobcat the comedian (not the animal, not the backhoe)?
You can count that bobcat as CP Otter, who is the rarest sighting of them all.
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Old 07-10-2018, 08:43 PM   #32
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I don't see Bactrian camel on the list dammit!
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Old 07-10-2018, 08:46 PM   #33
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These figures are far higher than I would have expected. I would have assumed that most of these were pretty rare.
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Old 07-10-2018, 08:47 PM   #34
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I don't see Bactrian camel on the list dammit!
Just vote twice for dromedary.
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Old 07-10-2018, 10:21 PM   #35
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I don't see Bactrian camel on the list dammit!
Not unless they're importing them from northern Asia. According to Planet Earth they're extremely rare to see even in their natural habitat; they live on plains and have incredible scent, they'll bolt as soon as they smell you 10 miles off.
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Old 07-10-2018, 10:24 PM   #36
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Fairly common in Texas, but armadillos are fascinating critters, every time I see one I'm amazed. Little tanks that act like giant insects scuttling around. People hit them on the highways all the time, thatd do some serious damage because they are so dense.
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Old 07-11-2018, 06:43 AM   #37
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These figures are far higher than I would have expected. I would have assumed that most of these were pretty rare.
Black Widow?
Brown Recluse?
Tarantula?
Coyote?
Scorpion?

These are all VERY common in human inhabited areas.

If you live in the west, black bears are so common that they are a nuisance.
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Old 07-11-2018, 06:44 AM   #38
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These figures are far higher than I would have expected. I would have assumed that most of these were pretty rare.

Not so rare for people in western states. I have seen 22 from the list. But I also hunt fish camp etc.
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Old 07-11-2018, 07:20 AM   #39
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Not so rare for people in western states. I have seen 22 from the list. But I also hunt fish camp etc.
I agree, I counted 23. I've been 3' from a black bear twice and 20 yards from a grizzly twice. I don't want to do either again. Last weekend, my buddy and I almost hit a moose on our motorcycles. They blend in with night pretty good until you're right on them.
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Old 07-11-2018, 07:30 AM   #40
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Bobcat
Wild Boar
Coyote
Water Moccasin
Blue Herons
Egrets
Osprey
Possum

Also: Dolphins, Manatees

New England
Porcupine
Black bear, Maine
Moose, Maine
Whale
Fish

Iowa
Red Fox
Deer

South Dakota
American Bison
Prairie dogs

Pacific Northwest
Otter, also elsewhere
Seals
Orca

Swiss Alps
Mountain goats in Alps

England
Sheep

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Camel

Walrus- Mistake Click. Think saw it in a zoo. Oops!

Also bats. Think it was in Missouri but have seen in other places too.
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I agree, I counted 23. I've been 3' from a black bear twice and 20 yards from a grizzly twice. I don't want to do either again. Last weekend, my buddy and I almost hit a moose on our motorcycles. They blend in with night pretty good until you're right on them.

A moose on a narrow trail on snow machines is sketchier for me than a black bear. The most nervous I have been was walking up on a fresh cougar kill while elk hunting. I knew it was within 50 yards of me and I couldn't see it. The doe was still warm and the blood wasn't coagulated yet. Definitely a gtfo moment.
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Old 07-11-2018, 07:54 AM   #42
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As a hunter, I probably have a better chance of seeing most of these than other people. Coming upon a bear unexpectedly about 50 yards away was probably my sketchiest moment. Having a 12 gauge in my hand mitigated a certain amount of butt puckering.
Hope you had slugs, buckshot will only piss it off royally.
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When I tracked.and climbed to the summit of West Spanish Peak in Colorado high up in the mountains their varmints called Marmot. They are cool little critters maybe size of racoon but much nicer.




Rain Man failed to put Marmot on his list I am disappoint since he lives in Colorado.
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When I tracked.and climbed to the summit of West Spanish Peak in Colorado high up in the mountains their varmints called Marmot. They are cool little critters maybe size of racoon but much nicer.




Rain Man failed to put Marmot on his list I am disappoint since he lives in Colorado.
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