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Here's a pic of a section of this large river estuary that many animals call home. To give you an idea of scale. That far off clump of vegetation in the center of the pic and on the far shoreline, is about 9 ft. high. It's a lush and vibrant ecosystem where the predator and prey relationship is alive and well. Here are some of the animals that I was fortunate enough to get some pics of. However, the icing on the cake was what followed.

I first came upon these Wolf tracks very near a few of my cams. Then as luck would have it I got my first Wolf videos, here are a few stills from that video. Tracked him for quite awhile and placed another video cam and an S600 further down it's travel route.


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Great capture on that wolf. I know you've been working hard to get one. Beautiful country as well.

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What a place and obviously great opportunities for camera trapping. The stills from the video are beautiful -- well done!!!

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Hey Gary -- you certainly hit the jackpot with Bigfoot the Wolf -- the screen shots say it's a great clip. Keep busy with the adventures so we can stay fully stoked.


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Thanks fellas, yes it's sure nice when you find good active locations. Here are a few more animals that pass along this Wolf corridor. Once again, these are stills pulled from that Browning Recon Force Extreme camera.


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Nice pictures Gary ... sure a great time for you to be out in the woods ... results show ..


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Those are just awesome. Camera trapping wolves looks so easy in your neck of the woods or, at the least, you make it look easy.


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ArthurV wrote:
Those are just awesome. Camera trapping wolves looks so easy in your neck of the woods or, at the least, you make it look easy.

Thanks Art, I appreciate your comment. I guess that I'm finally getting the hang of this gig afterall :)

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Wow! Great collection of shots. Very cool that you know such a wild place so well.


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