April 19, 2011
Sometimes it’s easy to forget that the wooded areas in which we live contain critters other than ourselves. This certainly is the case within the forests in Northeast Minnesota including the woods in the Lake Vermilion area.
Today, trail cameras give us a convenient and efficient observation window into woodland critter activity. One of the best opportunities for a trail camera to record the presence of our elusive neighbors is over a dining opportunity.
Such was the case over the last week or two at a location near Lake Vermilion where a trail camera snapped a group of photos that reveal a sampling of our diverse neighborhood. Click on this link to see what the trail cam captured.
(Also, here’s a video of interesting Black Bear activity at the nearby Vince Shute Wildlife Sanctuary.)