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Brian Kontio
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Summer and fall 2015
Getting good wildlife photos with a camera trap might seem easy; just plunk a camera in the woods and come back in a few weeks and collect your images!  It's not quite that easy though.  Takes a lot of exploring,  experimentation, and just plain luck!  The ...

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Winter 2016
Although the predictions of a mild el nino influenced winter were mostly true.  Looks plenty wintry up in Isabella, where the following two photos were taken.   Things are quiet up there;  the snowshoe hare population seems to have crashed and with it the l...

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Summer and fall 2015
Getting good wildlife photos with a camera trap might seem easy; just plunk a camera in the woods and come back in a few weeks and collect your images!  It's not quite that easy though.  Takes a lot of exploring,  experimentation, and just plain luck!  The ...

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Winter 2015; more owls, another lynx, and the usual cam trapping suspects..
It's about time for an update, as we transition into spring.  I did not have as many cameras out this winter as last, but I think I got some keepers. This was probably my most exciting picture of the winter.  This lynx showed up the day after this set was m...

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Winter 2015; more owls, another lynx, and the usual cam trapping suspects..
It's about time for an update, as we transition into spring.  I did not have as many cameras out this winter as last, but I think I got some keepers. This was probably my most exciting picture of the winter.  This lynx showed up the day after this set was m...

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The last pics of 2014
I had a streak of owl visits.  I have a small digital "sqeaker" hidden under the undercut bank.  It fooled this barred owl for awhile.  In the last owl picture, you can see the caller in the plastic bag.   During the big thaw, I found a beaver colony where ...

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Fall 2014
Never really get tired of pictures of beaver at work! Otter I love photos of moose walking in the water.  These are rutting bulls on the move. Wolf checking out a beaver canal. Lynx checking out a deer skull.  There is an electronic "squeaker" under the sku...

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Some new pictures from the summer
Foraging woodcock Wolf crossing a wetland on beaver dam. Cinnamon bear. Velvet antlered bull. The bane of summer in the north land:  the deer fly! Bat wing? I think this moose must have been spooked by the sound of the camera powering up. This is an odd pic...
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