From the standpoint of scenery there was nothing special about set 312.
It was just a narrow defile, a very old and slightly winding erosion gully in a steep hill.
Craig found it and I am glad he did.
Thirty-five days later the cam snapped his picture a few moments before he pulled the camera.
Macy is leading the way.
The camera snapped 88 pictures of which 30 were blanks.
The amazing thing is that nearly 60% of the animal photos were bobcats.
We got them coming,
Check out their left forelegs and you will see that at least these two cats were different kitties.
We counted nine different visits, where a visit is one or more photos clustered in time.
It seems the defile was a passage way for at least two bobcats.
Now then, what was the next most common user of the defile?
Go ahead -- take a guess.