Back in January, you may remember, I talked about my remote wildlife camera that my wife got me as a gift. If you don't know what I'm talking about please see my previous post titled Camera Placement. Anyway, in early April I trekked back out to the camera to change the batteries, swap the SD memory card, and more importantly see what I captured.
While hiking to the camera I came across these canine tracks that I guessed were made by a wolf. They were coming from the direction of my camera, so I was pretty excited to see if they'd walked by it. That way I'd know for sure what made them.
|The diameter of my lens cap is 73mm (2.9"), so these are decent sized canine tracks|
|They looked like wolf tracks to me|
|You can see two paw prints above and to the right of my lens cap, as well as a larger print below and to the left|
|The first critter I captured was this Snowshoe Hare and there were a lot of photos of this little guy!|
|I was right, Wolves! Three of them to be exact!|
|Two were the more common grey colour, but one was jet black|
|I also had a couple photos of Coyotes|
|The most recent photos on the camera were again of Wolves. These must have been the ones that left the paw prints I came across as they were only a few days apart.|
I created a Facebook album, titled Wildlife Camera, where I will continue to post all of the best photos. Stay tuned for my next update!