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This blog is predominately about camera trapping in California. We camera trap to save our souls and to teach primary school students about biology and conservation. We will also touch on other camera trapping news and musings, sets from afar, mediocre herpetology, sucky birding, and other natural history discussions.

Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Log Jammin'

There are many ways to deal with a log in the trail. You can jam over it. You can jam under it. You can jam around it. You can even jam across it. In this set we got a few species dealing with a log in the trail in just about every way imaginable.

The bobcat goes under it. Tight fit but he just manages to squeeze through.


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Don Coyote or Sancho, we still have not decided, goes over it




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The raccoon family goes over it, across it and probably under it.




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The woodrat just seems to hang out on the margins of it.




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Look at the length of that tail!


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6 comments:

  1. what, you didn't sit on it for a spell? :)

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  2. Yeah I guess I should have let it snap a pic of me huh?

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  3. The s600 is performing well. Good one!

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  4. Thanks Codge.

    I am running two S600s there so I will have another post up in the next week or so from another set.

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  5. Good stuff. That looks like a big bob. Probably why you didn't get any rabbits. :)

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