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This strategy works for birds, squirrels, deer, marmots, chipmunks, elk, moose, and bears, but sadly, not wolves.
The first larkspur wildflower is showing up eight days earlier and the marmots are coming out of hibernation five days earlier, according to data gathered by the Rocky Mountain Biological Lab.
Dinner guests were reportedly pleased at how tender the marmot meat was when properly prepared, tasting like a cross between pork and chicken.
In town, the greengrocer finds a fuzzy, marmot-like creature with elephantine ears in a crate of oranges.
Your odds of seeing wild animals — ranging from arctic ground squirrels, marmots and Dall sheep to bears and moose — are good, considering the trail isn't as trafficked as others in the Chugach.
Today, Punxsutawney Phil emerged from his marmot hole in Pennsylvania, saw his shadow, and scurried back inside, subjecting us to six more weeks of winter.
Other marmots who hear these calls respond appropriately, looking around and scurrying to their burrows.
Your life in the woods at Eagle’s Nest Boxcar Cabin might include chance encounters with critters like marmot, elk, moose, and bears.
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Definition of marmot for English Language Learners
: a small animal of America and Europe that has short legs and that lives in holes that it digs in the ground
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