Some of you have noticed these cameras, despite efforts to camouflage them, as shown in the photo below.
Some of your pets have even noticed them.
Even wildlife, such as this coyote in the Core Habitat (no public access), have noticed the cameras.
We have seen a good diversity of large and small mammals, both day and night, such as deer, skunk, and bobcats.
Although bobcats are thought to mostly be out from dusk until dawn, this one is out at two o’clock in the afternoon!
This spring, we have gotten many photos of ground squirrels, birds, and rabbits. Check out this photo of two rabbits fighting – bet you’ll never see them as quiet and shy creatures again!
We hope to share more highlights in the future, as these cameras will keep going through November, as part of a year-long study of wildlife in the area.