Gordon got me a great wildlife cam for Christmas, and I FINALLY managed to catch some wildlife on it! I set it up in our woodlot and look who showed up:
Wild turkeys! I wonder if one of them became the coyote meal I talked about in my last post?
Speaking of which...
...a few days later, voilà, coyote! And several degrees colder, I might add (temperature is at the bottom left in each photo!)
Then I got a bunny...
...can you make him out towards the lower right? And check out the temperature! He's an intrepid bunny!
You can just see his eye-shine in this one. There are some low-hanging spruce branches near there, and the rabbits like to gnaw on them. Lots of bunny poop all around!
THere are a pair of eyes shining at the bottom right of the above photo, too, but it's not a bunny. Maybe a weasel?
And the next day...
Note the time. 14:28 on Jan. 4th, the day we went snowshoeing with our godson and his parents and their four dogs.
Half an hour later...
That's not a fox! It's a NS Duck Tolling Retriever!
And now there are two of them!
Sydney and Tusket clearly smelled the fox that had been there half an hour earlier!
And there's Marie-Emmanuelle!
I reset the camera the day after, and went out to fetch it today.
And me! No wildlife pics this time, sigh. We had a bunch of rain and freezing rain on Sunday night, which then froze solid over the camera lens. Looks like it thawed out today. I have repositioned the camera and will try again. Stay tuned!