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Be safe. Droppings are dirty and germy. Avoid handling droppings without proper protection, which includes avoiding inhaling around it. Some diseases may contracted through dust borne particles. Look, more than touch!! If you have to touch, use a tool and/or properly gloved hands!! STAY UP WIND!!

Pictures

Pellets Plop Tubular-large Tubular-small White
White-tail deer sct Bear scat Raccoon dropping. Photo by Kirk LaPierre House mouse dropping. Photo by Stephen Vantassel Grackle dropping.

Ungulates

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  • Elk,
  • Llamas

 

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  • Buffalo

Canines

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  • Fox

Felines

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Geese-usually green

 

 

 

Rodents

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Bats

 

Amphibians

Birds (all varieties)


Reptiles (all varieties)

 

         
         

 

 

 

 

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