Mama Bear & Cub, and Extra, at Ellsworth Creek Protect — The Nature Conservancy in Washington

As we shared a pair months again, TNC Conservation Ecologist Maia Murphy-Williams has been main a research to raised perceive how mammals are utilizing the patchwork forest panorama of our “residing laboratory” at Ellsworth Creek Protect. She and a staff of College of Washington undergraduate college students are utilizing 31 motion-detecting wildlife cameras within the research to look at animals of their pure habitat in a non-invasive, low-impact approach.

Only recently, Maia and staff checked on the cameras and found a wealth of endearing, charismatic footage. Beneath, you’ll discover the younger of the yr with a black bear mom and her cub meandering by the forest, an elk scratching some itches, and a bobcat pausing for a mid-night stretch, all in early June—all have been too good to not share:

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