Too Close For Comfort

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westcocanuck2
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Too Close For Comfort

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The muzzle of a wolf cub in front of my camera as it howls to its pack members. This is followed by the wolf standing out in front of my cam as it continues to howl.
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Wow, what awesome captures! That was great!

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Great Captures, Thanks for sharing!!!
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Pretty rare images .. cool stuff


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A rare catch! Congrats!
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Pretty neat! Had coyotes pull down my cameras plenty of times, glad he didn't grab it!
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greengrass

All of my commercial cameras are housed in a "Camlock Box" steel Bear case and I use a minimum of two, 2" and 3" SS lag screws and a padlock to secure my cams. I have never lost a camera to an animal but I have had 5 cameras stolen by humans.
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