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groundhog
Pierre Morin
Groundhog returning to his terrier (burrow) in a residential area, in the vegetation along the wall (not to be seen)
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Groundhog
Lori Simmonds
Flower power- A family of groundhogs built a home in the foundation of my workplace. I was amazed by how little the babies were so I tossed a dandelion over in hopes it would pick it up (for size reference) it picked it up and then it ate it :)
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Groundhog, marmota monax
Isabel Melchiorre
While at a family reunion, I took a walk with my brother and was greeted by these comfortably curious hosts.
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Groundhog
Nadia Allison

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Claudette Gabbs
Baby groundhog in a tree
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Groundhog
Kelvin So
I was walking in the area and suddenly saw this groundhog standing on a stone wall enjoying a treat from a young girl.
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Isabelle Levesque
Isabelle Levesque
In Fundy National Park we see lots of groundhog. Better not get to close you can hear them snap there teeth as a warning.
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Groundhog
Shannon Loughrey
This mother groundhog was sitting pretty looking at me as I drove by so I had to take her picture as she was just saying, heh, what are you looking at. Love her belly.
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Groundhog
Shannon Loughrey
I was driving by this poor little groundhog that was so wet and cold looking after a full day of rain. I had to capture his look of disgust in the weather that day. His look says it all.
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Groundhog
Nancy Young

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Groundhog
Claudette Gabbs
This was taken a couple of years ago. The groundhog was living on our yard.
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Groundhog
Andreas Vogt
Saw him run across the road. Got out, and managed this photo just before he disappeared in to a hole I could never find.
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Groundhog
Fran Harris
Spring? This groundhog built himself a little home in my backward and would come out and lean on the rock and just watch me. I could't resist that photo op.
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Whistling Marmot
Robyn Phillips
On a day hike around Two Jack Lake in Banff I came across these whistling marmots. The little guys were shockingly bold; coming right up to sniff my hand. There was about eight of them, playing like rascals in the tall grass. Just as I was about to continue hiking, this little fella popped out of his burrow hill. Perfect time, perfect camera placement; I snapped this shot while we were staring into each others eyes.
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Groundhog (Marmota monax)
Wen Qin (Steven) Jia
One of two groundhogs sighted on campus. They approach as if to ask for food and scurry away to the safety of their burrows when necessary.
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Groundhog
Jesse Docherty
This curious little groundhog was super friendly and photogenic
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Groundhog (marmota monax)
Sonia Jensen
I was sitting in my yard enjoying the sounds of nature when I spotted this groundhog coming out from under my shed.
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Groundhog Squiadae
Jane Chesebrough
The resident groundhog that lives beside the river below government hill
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ground hog/woodchuck
Claudette Gabbs
This groundhog lives in our yard. I got about 5' away from him, while he was sticking his head out of a pile of pallets, looking around.
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Groundhog
Ron Paynter
One of several Groundhogs that have made our yard home. This one is sticking his/her head out from under our back deck.
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glena clearwater
The leaves of my flower are disappearing into his mouth after stripping the leaves from the tall stalk of flowers
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Groundhog
Brenda Dean
Walking to the beach noticed an animal in a tree on the shoreline. I never knew a groundhog would climb a tree - guess I was wrong - He sure was big!
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Groundhog
Jenny Goodwin
This little fellow kept me entertained for a very long time as he skuttled about on Petrie Island. I have long been fascinated with animals and how they adapt to new environments, especially when humans encroach on their territory.
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Paul Kelly
The groundhog is a common visitor to the trailer park of the municipality of Larder Lake. Having several dogs around the groundhog likes to tease. On this particular day we caught the groundhog sticking it's neck out from below the shed. Catching a fly on it's nose appear normal.
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Groundhog
Nancy LaChance
As a frequent visitor of "Charlotte" (as I named her), I could see she was blooming into motherhood. I returned often and today after many weeks going by I was able to capture this beautiful repetition
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Groundhog
Shayna Hartley
While I was walking along an abandoned train rail, I noticed this little guy scurrying through.
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Ground Hog
Jaliya Rasaputra
I observed this groundhog near a carsales shop on the grass I slowly crept behing it woithout disturbing it and got close to it without disturbing its comfort zone and got it to cooperate to take this photo directly looking at me next to its burrow
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Groundhog
Laura Geeves
First time out for the spring, this little critter let me get really close to him. I talked to him and he just sttod there chequing out the surroundings.
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Groundhogs
Lesa Stadnek
I was following the mother groundhog and discovered her home was in the back of one of the gardens I work in. Hoping for a nice shot of her, I was given a moment of opportunity for a family picture