My students from “Natural History of the Vertebrates” and I set up our wildlife cameras again. This time, we put them out in the forest along the College of Wooster Golf Course, right in the middle of the town of Wooster, Ohio. In addition to cottontails, possums, raccoons, etc., we got lots of deer photos
one of a squirrel bringing leaves back to repair its nest
and (surprise) more than a few shots of coyotes. These photos were almost always taken in the dead of night when these clever carnivores are unlikely to be seen. Someone (or something) is always out shopping for dinner!