Horse Scat

Horse scat on a trail in a state park.
More horse scat on a trail. Horse scats show their vegetarian diet.

This horse scat is approximately four months old. The effects of weather, including rain and snow, can clearly be seen. Horse scat is usually composed of vegetable material. Cellulose doesn't digest and is passed through the digestive system relatively intact. Photo taken at Albee Creek Campground, Humboldt Redwoods State Park, California.

Photo Copyright 1999 by Kim A. Cabrera



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What else can you find in the nature store? Beartracker's T-shirts, sweatshirts, journals, book bags, toddler and infant apparel, mouse pads, posters, postcards, coffee mugs, travel mugs, clocks, Frisbees, bumper stickers, hats, stickers, and many more items. All with tracks or paw  prints, or nature scenes. Custom products are available. If you don't see the track you want on the product you want, email me and I can probably create it. Proceeds from all sales go to pay the monthly fees for this web site. You can help support this site as well as get great tracking products! Thank you!


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NDN Pride shop - For Indian Pride items for all tribes. Custom items available on request.

ASL Signs of Love - For anyone who uses or is learning ASL, American Sign Language. Custom name items and more are available here.

Get Every Child Outdoors (Get E.C.O.) - My shop dedicated to nature and getting kids interested in nature and the outdoors.

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