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    Anybody know what this is?

    One of my rancher clients in the Gila (NM) sent me this picture from his game camera at one of his drinkers and asked if I knew what it was. There isn't an exotic game ranch anywhere close to his place. Nearest I could come up with is a Persian Ibex (they were released by Game and Fish in NM down on the border years ago), but I've never heard of them anywhere close to that far north. Sorry, the picture is kind of granular as I had to zoom in a little.
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    Looks like an Ibex to me.

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    +1 on the ibex

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    probably on ibex

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    A BIG super spike deer! haha. It has to be an ibex
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    Or maybe a large winged bird in flight

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    thats crazy, looks out of place, no? deff an ibex but would look much better if were a huge elk

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    Quote Originally Posted by ivorytip View Post
    thats crazy, looks out of place, no? deff an ibex but would look much better if were a huge elk
    Well then how about this picture from a couple weeks earlier at the same tank.Click image for larger version. 

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    that's what i'm talkin bout!!!!

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    Ah the mystic flight of the arrow.... Now that I look at it it does look like a hawk or something like that on a up wing beat when you blow it up. It doesnt make sense cause if you look hard enough you can see the trunk of a tree right where you think the head is, and what looks like ears I believe is the tail. Just my take
    Last edited by justinthedoc; 07-09-2012 at 10:54 AM.

 

 

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