Adventures in camera trapping and zoology, with frequent flashbacks and blarney of questionable relevance.
- Camera Trap Codger
- Native Californian, biologist, wildlife conservation consultant, retired Smithsonian scientist, father of two daughters, grandfather of 4 small primates. INTJ. Believes nature is infinitely more interesting than shopping malls. Born 100 years too late.
Sunday, May 27, 2018
Tricked again by a bear
Posted by Camera Trap Codger at 10:13 AM 2 comments:
Labels: behavior, black bear, camera trap
Saturday, May 19, 2018
Lonesome Night Stalker
Lonesome Night Stalker from Chris Wemmer on Vimeo.
Posted by Camera Trap Codger at 2:50 PM 9 comments:
Wednesday, May 9, 2018
The bear's rubbing tree
The Rubbing Tree from Chris Wemmer on Vimeo.
I set this trail camera on a meandering game trail with a long view.
I expected clips of the usual cast of characters, but soon learned that the trail passed a bears' rubbing tree, a mountain lion scrape, and a pit stop for a bobcat.
I pointed the camera at the rubbing tree.
Though it must surely reek of bear, it smells like tree bark to me.
A lot of critters besides bears check it out, and gray foxes occasionally pee on the stump.
This film shows last month's action at the bears' rubbing tree.
Posted by Camera Trap Codger at 8:45 AM 4 comments:
Labels: black bear, gray fox, rubbing tree
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