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Nice series of a very athletic looking Bobcat

 



This is a fairly large cat


 




Coyote seems to notice the IR flash


Looks like a Black Bear at the culvert
 


A second larger one about 4 hours later
 


This is a pretty big guy

 




 


A Coyote checking things
 


July 2017


Nice 4 pointer
 

 


Wild Elderberry seems to be the favorite in July
 







Another Coyote



Nice series with mom and fawn
 

 


 






Nice series with new beaver activity near the big dam
 


Most work was accomplished at night


This is a 4" diameter Hemlock sapling the was cut down on a prior evening
 


Most of the sapling is gone, now the beaver is eating the bark


We threw some popcorn on this trail hoping for some action

 


Two hours later a pair of crows were taking care of it


Deer on the back trail
 





This beaver decided to begin packing our culvert with mud and sticks
 


We finally discouraged him but it took awhile


Here's a cat we watched for about a week on one of the back trails
 


We guessed it was a domestic cat but it was a long ways from any houses
 


Black bear on the creek trail
 

 

 


Coyote sharing the area with deer
 


Nice series of Mom and twin Fawns six hours later

 

 

 


Setting up the camera for a new shot


Blue Heron on the lower Beaver Dam
 

 


 




Nice series of a Coyote near Jordan Creek March 2016
 


He must see the camera?



Here's a shot of the camera on a tree on the fountain of youth trail

 


Pausing
 


Just coming into the frame on the right


Juvenile Doe at the same location

 

We are not exactly sure what this is...



Along the Jordan Creek animal trail

 




We think this is  a Coyote, but not sure, coat is wrong


Bobcat near Jordan Creek 1/1/16


Coyote near footbridge


Here's another bobcat series along Jordan Creek


Appears the same Bobcat as we photographed Dec 2014
 




Blue Heron  in the lower pond
Note the razor sharp beak




Another shot of the Heron
He's watching for the Coho Salmon run

Summer 2015
First one, then two following mom


Twin Fawns
 


A portion of the trail along Jordan Creek used by wildlife.
A very nice second growth stand of Cedar, Fir and Hemlock


Bones discovered in November 2015
We hope its is not the remains of the fawn in the photo above..

 



Here's the mom..
 


Here's a series behind the picnic pavilion
 


 


Here's a series from the lower grape terrace

 







Some action at the top of Huckleberry Hill 2014

 


 

 



Here's a series from the top of the lower beaver dam trail
 

 


 

 







Here are three photos of a bobcat taken along Jordan creek in 2014.
We have seen a cat several times but always it has quickly disappeared.

 


Bobcat crossing the log-bridge

 



Appears to be the same Bobcat a month later


Raccoons on beaver dam
 


Night shot: Fawn on trail to the Fountain of Youth
 


Coyote on same trail Summer 2012

Coyote behind picnic pavillion

 


Another Coyote

 


 

 


Looks like a Possum crossing the lower pond loop trail

 


Some neighbor dog?

Coyote

 


Another Dog going the other way

Another Dog meeting

 


Blue Heron checking the creek for Salmon
 


Here's Dave setting up the camera for a new shot



Here's the camera ready to capture the latest beaver activity
 




Canadian Snow Geese, lower pond dam




Wayward Deer
 


Beaver working on the dam
 


Here's our first Bobcat photo 


Popcorn Pond Trail.. is it a Coyote or a Deer?


Another doe


Raccoons at the lower pond dam


Raccoon in front of the farm house. This is how we verified something was getting into the bird feeder. The next night--->
 


We set the camera up on the deck railing. Here's a visit at 8:40PM


Here's a second visit at 11:02 the same night!


Here's a couple of Stellar Jays enjoying the bird feeder before the Raccoon arrived later that night

Here's a picture of DNR Forester "Boyd" checking his GPS 
This was a part of obtaining the permit to log in 2008
View 2008 Logging page
 

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