In early May I headed west from Calgary to check both trail cameras. I knew we'd be busy in the coming weeks and was unsure when I'd be able to check them again, so I wanted to swap batteries and memory cards and ensure their positioning was effective. I stopped at the Bow Valley camera first and was pleasantly surprised with the results so far. This was my newest Moultrie camera and hadn't been checked yet, so I was more than happy with what I captured. I thought this spot offered some good potential based on the sheer number of tracks in the area. Like my camera in the Spray Valley there were also bones from a kill scattered around and various types of scat nearby.
|My new Moultrie camera locked and ready to roll!|
|Jaw bone from an Elk|
|The rest of the skeleton was scattered throughout the area|
|I had lots of photos of Elk and Deer on this camera|
|Elk at dusk|
After I was finished in the Bow Valley I headed south into the Spray Valley. Again, after arriving at the camera I was pretty excited by what I saw. My fingers are crossed that this location continues to surprise me!
|Who doesn't like bear bottoms?|
|Moose on the loose!|
|I was most excited to catch wolves on camera again!|
In addition to Black Bears, Moose and Wolves I also captured Elk and Deer. If you'd like to see additional photos please visit my Wildlife Camera photo album on Facebook.
Until next time...