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Monday, August 20, 2012

Camera Trap Collection

While I was in Alaska, I just got back to the East Coast about 12 hours ago, I had my Cuddeback Attack Flash set up for most of the time. If you've been following along, you've probably read my complaints that I think this camera is a lemon. It just doesn't work like I believe it should, and how I've come to expect Cuddeback products to perform.

Nonetheless, I was able to get some great shots...and the following are my favorites. Some might be repeats from earlier posts, but I wanted to share them all in one place!

Snowshoe hares

Grizzly bear

Red-backed vole species (unknown)

Snowshoe hare


Red squirrel

Coyote...talk about timing!!!
And can you believe she was out at that time of day?


  1. What a great set of photos, and the last one !!!Was she waiting for you to get one last photo before you left Alaska? When do you start another new part of your life? I laughed so much at the previous " disaster' event, memorable for all. Cheers from Jean.

    1. The next part of my life? Moving across the state of NY to continue my education. Necessary, but alot less fun!

  2. Glad to hear you made it home safe and sound. Wasn't sure you were planning on coming back. Not sure I would have. Thanks for sharing the cam photos. Not sure if that coyote is sending you a message or just doesn't care who's watching. Love it!

    Passinthru Outdoors Blog - Sharing the Passion

    1. Oh, if I could have, I would have. I loved it there, especially the job!!!

  3. Great set of pics. Love the coyote shot....

    1. Thanks TB! I have another and some video of her, may make a whole entry out of it. She's a gorgeous girl.

  4. Very nice set of pictures, Alyssa. The porky and the yote are my favorites


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