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Coffee!: All the wildlife that use a fallen log bridge

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Maybe you didn’t even know they were out there but the hidden camera catches them.

A worthy companion to What bears do when you’re not around:

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Just logged on to say there were a lot off entries made in that log.es58
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Polistra: "We build houses in part of the stream during times when the river isn’t occupying its full bed; and then we’re shocked shocked shocked when the stream does what it’s meant to do." I blame that on the fact that so few people spend any significant amount of time outdoors observing. It's why my house is up near the top of the ridge instead of down next to that wonderful little creek that will jump up and bite you in the spring. And why not on the top of the ridge? Quite the view up there. A little observation of the number of lightning struck trees on the ridge line will buy you a clue.Latemarch
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The most interesting part to my eyes was the frequent flooding. We tend to forget that the purpose of rivers is to flood. We build houses in part of the stream during times when the river isn't occupying its full bed; and then we're shocked shocked shocked when the stream does what it's meant to do. We blame Climate Emergency and Exxon for our stupidity.polistra
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