Burro Skull – The Rest of the Story

All summer at Imperial National Wildlife Refuge, the burro skull we’d rescued from a road-kill specimen near Yuma Proving Grounds last spring roasted in the hot Yuma sun.  Although most of the tissue had been devoured by fly larvae by the time we returned this fall, dried skin and ligaments adhered to the bone.

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Burro Skull

Some RVers who volunteer at National Wildlife Refuges never return to the same refuge twice.  Others, however, return to the refuges they enjoy year after year.  We fall into the second category.  This season, I am anxious to inspect the condition of the burro skull we left to the maggots last spring.

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