Blonde Raccoon - Newcastle Is

Discussion in 'Trip Reports' started by mick_allen, Jun 8, 2018.

  1. mick_allen

    mick_allen Paddler & Moderator

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  2. kayakwriter

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    The mystery of Trump's 'do is solved: he's wearing a coonskin cap made from one of these blond critters....
     
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  3. Pascal

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    Even stranger is the fact that clams don't live under rocks or stones.
     
  4. Astoriadave

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    Bad headline. Looking for crabs, other critters, no doubt. Bay clams, usually Manila clams, on the pebbly/sandy reaches of Willapa Bay are often found intermixed with small rocks. They are also found in sandy/silty material ten feet to the side of the pebbly/sandy areas. I think the clams in those pebbly areas have better access to filter feeding.
     
  5. Pascal

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    I'd bet on small crabs as well. Being a small crab is no piece of cake on these shorelines.
     
  6. LAM

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    I wonder if that raccoon is having more fun than the other raccoons!:D

    Lila
     
  7. kayakwriter

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    Hmmmm...crabcakes.....