When I pull a cam trap and do a quick in-field scope of the shots on the LCD screen, aside from photogenic Townsend's Bats, I am always pleased and satisfied if I see spots in the scenes.
The spots of my fave stinker that is - the western spotted skunk, Spilogale gracilis.
Such as these 2 photos of one I was happy to recently get on a Mono Basin hillside:
The cones near the skunk are pinyon pine. Which is interesting because it gives us a size reference. Big pinyon cones, such as the one on the far left, are about the size of a healthy lime.
With that size detail, the 2 photos pretty clearly explain an old pioneer nickname I once read for these spotty, palm-of-your-hand cutesters: