Photo courtesy of Felidae Conservation Fund

Long Distance Relationships with the Local Wildlife

Lion walking the trail.

Our trail cameras have spied on a rich array of wildlife, including bobcats, foxes, mountain lions, coyotes and deer. Many of them are regulars—repeatedly visiting the cameras for the last 6 months.  I’ve gradually learned to recognize individuals. Through recognition comes attachment—I confess that I’ve named some of them. These 4-legged visitors have great reasons […]

A Feast for Bobcats and Coyotes

Back view of a bobcat at camera #2. Photo by Marilyn Krieger

At first it didn’t make sense. It took a little sleuthing for us to figure out what had changed.  For the last few months, camera #2 spied on deer, rabbits, possums and an occasional coyote. It was predictable—I pretty much knew what critters would make regular appearances at night. Something changed a few weeks ago. […]

Urban Edge Wildlife Camera Adventures

Pumas on the road

Spying on Mountain Lions, Bobcats and Other Animals I’m maintaining between 4-7 wildlife cameras for the Bay Area Puma Project (BAPP) and for me. They feed my addiction for secretly spying on wildlife doing their natural thing. In addition to collecting general data about our local apex predators, some of the cameras are positioned strategically […]