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PostPosted: Thu Jun 25, 2020 3:59 am 
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Some of you may remember earlier videos from the rim, here are the latest, Spring on the Rim -- https://forestandfield.blogspot.com/202 ... n-rim.html

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It still looks like a busy spot to me. Nice compilation!

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Well done. Only one bear of 4 bears checked out the cam -- that's about what I get here. Fun watching their different reactions.


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Coyote didn't like the look of that camera. One big boar. What was on that other bears back? Interesting how the deer were in different stages of the moult.

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Only one bear of 4 bears checked out the cam -- that's about what I get here. Fun watching their different reactions.

That's the opposite of what usually happens here. At one of my camera sets it a rare bear that goes past without investigating the camera and working it over.

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Coyote didn't like the look of that camera.

Although some eastern coyotes seem to be really leery of camera traps, others don't seem to be at all concerned by cameras. Check this post for unconcerned coyotes -- https://forestandfield.blogspot.com/202 ... itors.html


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What was on that other bears back?

Looks like the remnants of last year's heavy coat. Sometimes they look pretty rough when they're shedding.

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Still Looks to be a very busy path. Thanks for Sharing.


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