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godro13-Apr-2013 00:29
Nice capture,well done!
Mary Payne 06-Apr-2011 20:50
I have a muskrat in my pond, here in Fort Collins, Colorado!! At first I thought it was a beaver till I saw it closer!!!

Jan Richardson 06-Jan-2011 17:56
I have a muskrat living in my chicken coop. It has burrowed into the hay-straw mixture on the ground and my chickens do not come off of their roost pole. Is it harmful to my chickens? I thought I had boarded up the area it was getting in, obviously I must look closer. I live in Grass Lake, Michigan and we do have a swamp about 100 yards from the chicken coop. I know they live in the swamp, was surprised one is living on land so far from the swamp.
Jan Richardson 06-Jan-2011 17:53
I have noticed a muskrat in my chicken coop apparently making a nest in the deep hay-straw mixture on the ground. Have shooed it away--thought I took care of the way it was getting into the coop--obviously not as it was back again this morning. Doesn't seem aggressive toward the chickens, however, they are scared of anything foreign in their coop. Will it harm the chickens?
marko gregoric02-Dec-2010 03:38
This is wonderful. Well seen, captured and presented. V.
Guest 02-Nov-2010 04:16
We have a home on 2acres along the Snake River in Idaho, apparently we have muskrats.
Guest 12-Apr-2010 20:53
i think i have a muskrat under my porch what do i do
Muskrat's Photos25-Feb-2010 17:56
Larry....You've got to be in the right spot at the right time. I spend countless hours searching for the right spot...and then I wait for the time to be right!
Larry Randall 25-Feb-2010 17:48
Here is a nice photo how do you do it?
Erik 10-Aug-2009 06:28
would you please contact me ... I am interested in using this photo in a publication ... thank you much,
Linda 11-May-2009 06:10
Linda yesterday I saw a muskrat for the first time. It was in the grass next to a ravine. At first I thought it was a groundhog until I saw it's long skinny tail. It looked just like the picture. Thanks for the confirmation!
Eric 30-Apr-2009 01:39
In a creek next to my house I can get within feet of these little guys. Maybe I get some better pitures for everyone.
jose 24-Apr-2009 11:37
There is a pond 3 blocks from my house that has about 4 of these muskrats.
Muskrat's Photos18-Apr-2009 01:10
Garry...Please check your e-mail to see my reply.
Garry 12-Apr-2009 03:49
Muskrat will you please contact me ... I am interesting in using this photo of yours in a book I am writing ... thank you ......
Garry 11-Apr-2009 19:08
How can I get in touch with the owner of this photo? This is one of the best shots I have ever seen of a Muskrat in the wild.
Karen Moen07-Jan-2008 04:20
These are quite common in Texas but I have never seen one. Excellent shot with sharp detail. Voted. I see the rat tail clearly.
Muskrat's Photos23-Aug-2007 01:59 are seeing a clear spot in the water beyond the tail. There is no duckweed covering it. See how the skinny "rat-like" tail loops up over the cattail stalk. It's truly a Muskrat, but I can see how the eye can be fooled in the photo. Good Observation!!!
Guest 22-Aug-2007 03:10
that is a beaver. see the flat tail
dfdsgasfds 26-Jul-2007 04:53
hey i have a muskrat in my pond
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