Which Animals Investigate A Dead Bear? (4K)

I hope you enjoy this, our channel’s first foray into trail cam footage. This video records the wildlife activity around a bear we had to dispatch near our trapping cabin a while ago. It starts with two of our grandchildren locating the site with the bear’s bones and then shows the cam footage.

For us, not only is the trail cam video enjoyable to watch, but it also confirms the animals active in the area nearby. The ones that came to visit were a black bear, a fisher, a lynx and a timber wolf. Use the chapter markers embedded in this video to skip to the animals you are most interested in if you like.

Since making the shift to all-4K videos, I waited until I could find a sufficiently capable 4K unit. I settled on a “Campark TC07 4K 60MP WiFi Solar Power Dual Lens Wildlife Camera Trail Camera” ordered direct from Campark website and am very pleased with the results. Not only does it give me the high-definition video and photos I want, it’s capable of running year-round using only its solar battery (with standard battery backup). Ask about it in the comments section if you’d like more details.

We have not received any free mechandise from Campark or been paid to speak about their products, so my opinions expressed here are solely my own. That said, if you would like to purchase the same camera used here, you can find it at: https://www.campark.net/collections/trail-camera

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00:00 – Start
00:07 – Locating bear bones
00:58 – At bone site
01:23 – Skull closeup
02:06 – Timber Wolf at night 1
02:21 – Timber Wolf at night 2
02:34 – Fisher at night
02:51 – Black Bear daytime
03:31 – Lynx daytime
04:00 – Fisher daytime
04:10 – Timber Wolf daytime
04:46 – See next video


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