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Leucisitic Fisher: Diamonds in the Rough

A newly released study in the American Midland Naturalist focuses on the recent discovery of leucism traits found in a traveling male fisher, captured on a trail camera image from Price County, Wisconsin in 2017. The report states its the first scientifically documented case of leucism in pekania pennanti. Although, as we found out, its clearly not the first documented case on the World Wide Web!

Predator "preservationists" pounce on Fisher population trends

Predator "preservationists" pounce on Fisher population trends

Is New Hampshire finding its way out of a cyclical “boom and bust” fisher trend? Current data is great for checking trends, but does it give you the root cause of a perceived decline? Biologists have stated fisher appear to be adapting (and thriving) in more urban areas; have these creatures forgone the dense hemlock groves where trappers roam for the dumpsters and back decks of suburban sprawl?

Connecticut continues bobcat study

Connecticut continues bobcat study

Connecticut’s DEEP Wildlife Division is conducting an ongoing project to determine bobcat habitat use within the state. Data from the project will also be used to determine the abundance and population range of bobcats in the state.

Bobcat vs Coon - A Shot Seen 'round the World.

Bobcat vs Coon - A Shot Seen 'round the World.

New Hampshire hunter Tony Hudon checks his trail camera and captures an amazing display of predation on film.