A doe takes her two fawns up the creek, lets them sniff all three cameras and returns back down stream. What’s that about? Then there’s that monster raccoon.
This month, in the woods and another flood in the swamp. Traffic on the hiking trail, a flock of bird calls and chipmunk stranded by the flood with no rescue available.
To give you something to watch, other than the pandemic news here are the October highlights. Previous monthly highlights will now be added weekly until we’re caught up.
More Michigan trail camera video from May. July will be right behind. Enjoy it, it’s a little spring in January. We’re still attempting to catch up with the rest of 2019 without publishing them all in a bunch. Or visit the Watershed Wildlife YouTube Channel HERE
A Raccoon Up to Its Neck in a Fight A coyote up close crossing the creek.
Great close-ups of Wood ducks squabbling in the creek and the red foxes were very busy in April. I continue catching up on the videos already posted on my YouTube channel “Watershed Wildlife”
Other than camera licking, it wasn’t as busy in the woods in December after the whitetail speed dating frenzy in November. December gave us an interesting comparison of a domestic cat and a bobcat on the same trail. A new variety of skunk that I had never seen before showed up with its fabulous white…