Species Identification Confidence:
I'm absolutely certain
Individual(s) Observed (seen)
The animal observed was crossing a large rockslide area in Wildhorse Canyon. When I first saw it, it paused and looked at me for a few seconds then ran out of sight. I immediately knew it was a wolverine so I took as many pictures as I could. It appeared to be about average size and there was no indication of which sex it was. The color was dark brown, almost black with a tan swath on each side, on its back and tail.
Decimal Degrees: 43.7,-114.1
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Towards the bottom of a large slide area. About 100 -150 yards from Wildhorse Creek.
Game Management Unit:
June 29, 2018, 3:11 pm MDT
The photos taken were timestamped.
Animal Observation Report (Sightings)
H. Rupp Boone