With the expansion of social media, it isn’t hard to come across the strange, crazy, and even down right unbelievable. With photo sharing and trail cameras expanding rapidly amongst society, we are able to capture, document, and share amazing animal findings almost instantly. With the amazing, also comes the blunt, shocking and macabre.
Nature isn’t always pretty - she’s raw, powerful, unrelenting and non-biased. Its a huge cornerstone of our advocacy here at Furbearer Conservation. With all of this in mind, we always try to take time to share the examples of “nature’s way” we discover from our readers and supporters on the web.
The Nature’s Way series highlights these specific instances of nature’s raw fury.
Florida’s Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission has documented several wild felines showing signs of apparent neurological issues.
Just as the acorn mast abundance of two years ago drove a rodent explosion last year, I’m confident the expansion in rodent presence will drive a “cyclical boom” in New England’s predatory species this year.
Video: An “Eagle Cam” overlooking a bald eagle nest in Southwest Washington DC records as a raccoon raids the nest and consumes eggs.
With photo sharing and trail cameras expanding rapidly amongst society, we are able to capture, document, and share amazing findings almost instantly. With the amazing, also comes the macabre. As is the situation with the discovery of a raccoon and coyote discovered in the forests of West Virginia this week.
Nature’s raw fury: A grizzly bear in Alberta locates and tears open a black bear den; attacks female bear with cubs. Warning: Potentially graphic content.
New Hampshire hunter Tony Hudon checks his trail camera and captures an amazing display of predation on film.