Video: Who Walks On Trail When You're Not There?
Who travels on trails when you're not there? Our neighbors to the north stitched together four months of (delightful) footage from a remote camera focused on a closed trail in Waterton Lakes National Park (north of Glacier National Park).
Ever wonder what happens—and who travels—on trails when you're not hiking them?
Bears, fishers and elk: two-way traffic on closed Canadian hiking trail
Our neighbors to the north stitched together four months of (delightful) footage from a remote camera focused on a trail closed due to flooding in Waterton Lakes National Park, which sits just north of Glacier National Park.
While this amazing string of wildlife may not call Washington state home, we felt it was pretty important to share with you anyway. After watching, check out some of Washington's wildlife in the links below the video.
Washington wildlife cameras:
>> Conservation Northwest's YouTube channel is packed full of remote wildlife monitoring gems.
>> Catch birds, bats, seals and salmon on the WildWatch Cams from the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife