Holly, Lucky, Drone, Ice - UPDATE December 15, 2015

Holly and LuckyHolly and Lucky playWhy did Holly leave the wonderful burrow den she made and join Lucky in his bunker den? She obviously likes and trusts Lucky. No picture could say that better than the one a Lily Fan captured yesterday evening at 10:28 PM. Then again, perhaps it was so she could have more room to play...with her feet...upside down...while Lucky tries to sleep. http://www.wildearth.tv/videomark/holly-playing-her-feet-dec-14-2015

Overhead view of Wildlife Research InstituteOverhead view of Wildlife Research InstituteToday, Graduate Student Sean Robison spent the day here analyzing our GPS data and creating stimulating conversation about the many secrets our quarter million GPS locations could reveal. Then he showed another side of knowledge. He sent up his drone to capture views of the Wildlife Research Institute cabin in its wild setting. You can see the cabin in the foreground and can look out over Eagles Nest Lakes One and Three. Seeing the picture made me glad I’m cautious about ice. The deeper areas are still open. To the left of the cabin in the foreground, the dark streams are water escaping from the beaver dam.

Thank you for all you do.

Lynn Rogers, Biologist, Wildlife Research Institute and North American Bear Center

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