It was a crazy summer on the west trail with so many foxes taking food home to the family! Also coyote, whitetail deer, fawns & bucks, wild turkey, and then MORE fox. Click Image to View
It was the first real downpour after a very dry stretch.
The woods has been a busy place and I’m trying to catch up after a month-long distraction. I’ve never seen so many fox. If you look closely, you’ll frequently see evidence of successful hunts in their mouths on the way back to the den. A couple are identified in the video. And who can’t see…
Before the rains came, the swamp was dry but the birds were there. A wetland on the dry side in Western Michigan. Two cameras on a creek and two recording activity at fallen trees.
The wood ducks are back, wild turkeys are at the creek and N. America’s largest woodpeckers were caught on camera.
A lot of activity at the long log in the swamp. Whitetail deer, wild turkeys, a “calico coyote”, weasel and more sounds of nature.
This was recorded during December of 2020. There was more activity than I anticipated for this time of year. It included the end of the Whitetail rut and the beginning of winter.
I was aware that a flying squirrel was present in this area but wanted a way to draw it in and possibly get an idea of how common they are. A subscriber to my Youtube channel ” http://www.Youtube.com/watershedwildlife ” had a history of working with flying squirrels as a part of her studies. She revealed…