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Critter Cam

 

We've captured some of the critters who live at Pacama by placing motion-detection cameras up on a few trees. Check out the short videos below and you'll see that the Pacama is indeed a rich wildlife thoroughfare and well-worth the effort we all went through to preserve this land.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Critter count:

            Found in an owl pellet - probably a mouse or chipmunk

That's a big bear!
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Bear in the a.m.
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Coyote with bum leg
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Porcupine Peeing and Scratching
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Coyote and Wood Thrush
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First Cub of Spring 2023
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Happy Fisher
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Spring 2023 Bobcat
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My Antlers Just Fell Off
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  • Black Bear

  • Bobcat

  • Grey Fox

  • Coyote

  • Fisher Cat

  • Otter

  • Porcupine

  • Skunk

  • Turkey

  • Deer

  • Squirrel

  • Barred Owl

  • Red-Shouldered Hawk

  • Nightingale

  • Magnolia Warbler

  • Eastern Wood PeeWee

  • Swamp Sparrow

  • Red-eyed Vireo

  • Oven Bird

  • Oriole

  • Rose Breasted Grosbeak

  • Song Sparrow

  • Yellow Rumped Warbler

  • Blackburnian Warbler

  • Warbling Vireo

  • Common Yellowthroat

  • Least Flycatcher

  • Cedar Waxwing

  • Yellow Warbler

  • Great Crested Flycatcher

  • American Redstart

  • Chipping Sparrow

  • Baltimore Oriole

  • Yellow-throated Vireo

  • Veery

  • Blue-grey Gnatcatcher

  • Louisiana Waterthrush

  • Indigo Bunting

  • Brown Creeper

  • Northern Parula

  • Green Heron

  • Kentucky Warbler

  • Black and White Warbler

  • Wood Turtle - an endangered species. Fun fact: wood turtles are accomplished "worm stompers"; turtles stomp the ground with their front feet or the front of their shell, which can cause earthworms to move to the surface - then they eat em!

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