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 Post subject: Life at a Beaver dam
PostPosted: Tue Oct 30, 2018 8:44 pm 
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The rains have arrived and so have the Salmon. Here are links to 6 videos that were taken over the last 48 hours.............












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Wow those are some awesome clips! Impressed your camera captured the fish trying to get up. Really enjoyed those, thanks for sharing :)


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Interesting stuff Gary ... it always amazing how everyone’s area varies and differs from area to area of people on this forum. And you are not that far from me at all but way different where you set up cameras, different animals, and climates. Neat.


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Some nice clips there Gary, you can send some of that rain down here if you have too much it is shaping up to be a dry hot Summer unfortunately.


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Loved the fishing bears.


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Super, super catches! Nice to see we're not the only ones and the bear treated the beaver dam the same way its fellows treat our cameras. You could splice those together into a really interesting single video. Again, super videos you have there.

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Super Video's, Thanks for sharing!


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Wonderful clips of the beaver dam! You are in for a lot more action I am sure, and we're all looking forward to MORE!


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Thanks, everybody :)
Woody, I'm looking to edit my video clips but have not looked into how to do that as of yet. Know of any free, functional and easy to operate programs to do that sort of thing, I'm all ears.

Chris, oh don't you know it. Just yesterday, as I was retrieving my SD card. Along comes a Bear from the opposite side of the creek. The same fella as the one who opens up the dam. I moved out of the way before he spots me. Much more rain coming tonight which will bring up more Salmon for tomorrow.

I'm also videotaping another Salmon spawning location on another creek. I know from previous years where the Bears like to catch the Salmon so I will be placing 3 video cams there. That should provide me with about 2-3 weeks worth of footage.

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Thanks, everybody :)
Woody, I'm looking to edit my video clips but have not looked into how to do that as of yet. Know of any free, functional and easy to operate programs to do that sort of thing, I'm all ears.

Chris, oh don't you know it. Just yesterday, as I was retrieving my SD card. Along comes a Bear from the opposite side of the creek. The same fella as the one who opens up the dam. I moved out of the way before he spots me. Much more rain coming tonight which will bring up more Salmon for tomorrow.

I'm also videotaping another Salmon spawning location on another creek. I know from previous years where the Bears like to catch the Salmon so I will be placing 3 video cams there. That should provide me with about 2-3 weeks worth of footage.


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