Tag: wildlife cameras

Predators Scent Mark a Popular Spot on the Trail

Predators including bobcats, mountain lions and coyotes who don’t want to share resources as well as those who do, are adept at communicating their intentions through scent marking—to their own as well as other species. And often, they scent mark on top of each other’s mark. It’s not always in the best interests for predators […]

Our Wildlife Cameras Record Everything

Puma cubs playing during the day.

Finally it’s the beginning of summer and the trails are alive with activity—human and animal. Our wildlife cameras are capturing it all, including those changes that are caused by natural seasonal cycles as well as adaptations in animal behavior that are likely influenced by people out on the trails day and night. Summer changes The […]

A Diversity of Animals Share a Popular Trail

Bobcats use the trail on a regular basis.

Camera #4 films the most activity of the 6 cameras I’m monitoring. It’s located in an ideal spot for sighting animals—on a trail that follows a creek at the bottom of a lush canyon. A wide diversity of wildlife and humans use this trail 24 hours a day. I understand—it meanders through a cool forest […]

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. […]

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