Wild Alaskan Salmon Oil

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The snow has been melting quickly with highs in the 40s and 50s and I was able to use the 4-wheeler to get back in to my more remote locations instead of hoofing it.

The application of Wild Alaskan Salmon Oil to a fallen Aspen branch stuck into the snow produced images of Fisher, Snowshoe Hare and Pine Marten. The images were captured with a Sony DSC-S600 run with an XLP Controller Board.

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I also captured this curious Badger leaving its den. The image was captured with a Panasonic Lumix DMC-FS7 run with a Simple Sniper Controller Board.

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Lastly, this Ermine (Short-tailed Weasel) still sporting its winter-white coat was caught at another den location. The image was captured with a Sony DSC-S600 run with an XLP Controller Board.

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