Thursday, May 14, 2009

image: Yellow-Bellied Marmot

August 20, 1805

The Yellow- Bellied Marmot is yellowish brown on top and yellowish on the bottom then the feet go to light brown. They also have white spots between their eyes. The marmot has a very bushy tail and is often confused with a beaver. When  came across this animal I thought that it was a beaver until one of my men pointed out some differences between the two.


  1. Dude your doing so fantasticaly with the animals and the music. nice job

  2. Great picture. Wonderfully described. I'm thinking it was Floyd's sickness that slowed your pace of entries. Hoping to see more when you recover. Hoping even more to see you back on the trail when you are feeling better.

    I'll pay you then.