Bump in the night

So I have been plotting on a way to see exactly who was leaving tracks in the sandy loam in our woods. Yes, I can tell in general most the time what is leaving the tracks. However, I want to see who exactly are leaving the little tracks.

Quite a bit of activity!

Here is close up of some of the tracks!

Another portion of the area.

I set up the wildlife camera last night. Would I be able to see the beetles and small critters traipsing across the camera’s view? Apparently not. 🙁 However, these two cuties were certainly curious! Note: date is incorrect on the video and should be August 1 or 2. Guess I forgot to set the date.

The camera is good for the big creatures. LOL! It going to take more refinements to get a setup to work. The IT person and I are hard at work on solving this. 😉

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Keep looking!

The more you know, the more you see and the more you see, the more you know.

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