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cougarmagic

Gray Fox and bear

I've been working on a DSLR setup for months now, and it's finally working pretty well.  It's in a favorite spot near Mt Wilson, that gets mountain lion in the fall and winter, and bear, fox and bobcat all year.  

There is a female with a cub, and she has hair loss around her face that looks like mange.  But I've seen this before, specifically with her (I can recognize her by the white spot on her chest), and by mid to late summer she looks fine.






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I don't see the 'old embed code' listed on YouTube, so here is video of the sow and her cub if you're interested:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rN...amp;list=UUfwzYfwpaf2hXW2WNQFG85g
tracker

Those pics look pro. Especially the fox.
That sow in the vid is old too. Her canines are the color of mustard in the few frames where she lets you see them.
Mike P

WOW! Nice videos, too!
mattmaxon

Excellent effort!
Gene

Nice work!

I can't read bear expressions, but I'm guessing it says, "I smell shenanigans, human shenanigans!"
Mike P

tracker wrote:
Those pics look pro. Especially the fox.
That sow in the vid is old too. Her canines are the color of mustard in the few frames where she lets you see them.


Age and, perhaps, lactation stress could contribute to her skin condition.
tracker

I can't claim I know about lactation stress but raising any kind of youngsters in LA is hard on a body.  Very Happy
I wish the DFW would publish information gathered from the hunter-harvested data.
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