Thursday

Lodge Cam Update Pt. 3

Today we decided to go down by the dam and prune the alder branches that block our view of the pond.  I stacked them in the path and Jim decided to load them up in the boat and take them out for the beavers.  It also gave him a chance to see if we got any good pictures yesterday.   We were optimistic because last night,  just before dark we saw 2 beavers cruising around and then get up on the little bog.   

After checking the pictures, we could tell we had some minor technical problems.  So please ignore the time and date on these.  It’s hard enough changing the SD card while in a boat and it would be darn near impossible to reprogram  it. 

Here we are going back to shore after repositioning it yesterday.  We would’ve waved if we knew we were getting our pictures taken.SUNP0009If you click on this to enlarge it you’ll see 3 beavers out on the little island.   Cool huh? SUNP0018

There were other pictures of the beavers chewing on the branch and swimming around, but this one was by far the best.

11 comments:

Beth said...

I did it, I saw the beavers. Good shot!

Terry's Tete-a-tete said...

Great shot. Love those cameras. Not anything that interesting to use one here, lol.

CAROLDEE said...

It's cool ..neat seeing you on camera.

Toodie said...

Leave it to Beaver. That's a good photo. I saw the photo of you and Jim and wondered who took it, Barney? That pond looks fun to paddle around in.

MissBeth said...

OK Cindy, i have a stupid question for you , what will the beavers do when the lake freezes over?

Cindy said...

Good question MissBeth. I'll answer it in my next update...and it's not a stupid question at all!

Lady Penelope said...

Great Photo capture there Cindy, makes it all worth while. and great seeing you in action too...xPenx

Ramblingon said...

thoroughly enjoyed as always, seeing the stealth cam pics and you two.

Sherry said...

Do those beavers ever sleep? I love that the camera captured the two of you as well. I wish I was back up there!

Peaceful said...

you have an awesome site here-
Glad to meet you

Kimmy said...

I always enjoy your shots from the wildlife cam Cindy. I bet those beavers have been busy as..well beavers! lol Looks like their little island is huge now!

 
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