Here are some pictures from the evals:
Evaluator, Jonah Evans explains some red-tailed hawk tracks.
Bonus question: greater yellowlegs.
Here is where a flicker landed and left impressions from its tail feathers in the mud!
Slug feeding sign.
Stonefly tracks and exoskeleton.
Small mink tracks.
Grass ball marked by a beaver.
Old black bear sign feeding on cambium.
Here is where a female elk marked a tree with her incisors.
More incisor marking from female elk. We can tell that it was not feeding because there was a pile of bark scraps on the ground. Female elk will mark trees this way because they don't have antlers like the bulls do.
Congratulations to all and special thanks to Mark Elbroch, Casey McFarland and Jonah Evans.