Friends of Sunkhaze Meadows
The Friends of Sunkhaze Meadows website has a gallery of photographs taken by Pamela Wells in the wildlife refuge. It also has a collection of sample videos taken by remote sensing cameras.
More than a dozen cameras recorded hordes of photos and hundreds of hours of video of often unsuspecting wild animals behaving, well, like wild animals in the 11,000-acre refuge near Old Town.
Fishers scavenge for morsels. A squirrel scampers about only to become lunch for a hawk. Several bobcats tensely share a deer carcass. And a cow moose, curious but unspooked by the camera, gets so close to the lens that a viewer could count chin hairs. [Link]