Quiz #1: Track ID

Ok birders, it’s medication time, medication time.

If you don't want to take your medication visually, I'm sure we can arrange for you to take it some other way.
If you don’t want to take your medication visually, I’m sure we can arrange for you to take it some other way.

I was out in the yard last week filling the birdfeeders and bird bath when I noticed the below tracks in the snow. What species created these? Take a look below and drop your answer in the comment box. Punishment doled out by Nurse Ratched for anyone not leaving a comment! Bird It Up or be lobotomized!

Answer will be posted on Friday, January 30. Get your answers in now and avoid a cranial carving!

CLICK FOR LARGER PHOTO. It's interesting to see how that front center toe consistently drags.
CLICK FOR LARGER PHOTO. It’s interesting to see how that front center toe consistently drags.
CLICK FOR LARGER PHOTO.
CLICK FOR LARGER PHOTO.
CLICK FOR LARGER PHOTO. The wider mark leading from the center toe leads me to believe this is a trail from the tail.
CLICK FOR LARGER PHOTO. The wider mark leading from the center toe leads me to believe this is a trail from the tail.
CLICK FOR LARGER PHOTO. Comparison shot for size - these are some large tracts!
CLICK FOR LARGER PHOTO. Comparison shot for size – these are some large tracts!
CLICK FOR LARGER PHOTO. One more comparison shot. Hint: This is not the work of a Goldfinch!
CLICK FOR LARGER PHOTO. One more comparison shot. Hint: This is not the work of a Goldfinch!
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