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Enter the Ravens. Getting bigger. January 30, 2013

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Ravens replace the magpies at the “food” pile.

While the magpies are often the ones to find the goodies, the ravens are no slouches and are good at spotting food from above.  And if they see a flock of magpies poring over something on the ground, then they know there’s food around.

 

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What animal is next? Fun with a game camera. January 15, 2013

Filed under: ecology,wildlife — bisonquest @ 4:28 pm
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We LOVE game cameras!  Every couple of days we sneak in, swap SD cards and eagerly load the pics onto the computer.  It’s like Christmas – you never know what you’re going to get :)!  So here’s a series of one of our game cameras.  First, it’s the little guys.  Magpies are almost always the first to find the goodies.

Magpies are almost always the first to find the goodies.

Magpies are almost always the first to find the goodies

and they're happy to share with their friends.

and they’re happy to share with their friends.

 

Why Bison Quest? January 11, 2013

Come face to face with nature and wildlife in an eco friendly vacation. Live among bison and study wildlife alongside our biologists-then use what you learn to save our wild world.

 

Snow stories – end of the road January 8, 2013

Filed under: ecology,Musings,wildlife — bisonquest @ 9:04 pm
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Sometimes the snow stories are funny, and sometimes they’re sad.   But they’re always interesting.  Here I can see the tracks of a cottontail rabbit making it’s way across the top of the snow.

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Cottontail rabbit tracks running across the snow

I followed these tracks which disappeared in a set of wing tracks.  End of the road for the bunny and dinner for the owl.

End of the road.

 

 
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