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More wildlife!

You may remember from previous posts that we have a small wildlife camera at our cabin near Sonora, and we've seen plenty deer, raccoons, squirrels, and even some foxes, turkeys, and possums on it--along with the usual photos of local pets gone astray, and the occasional neighbor wandering by. But over the Christmas holiday, the camera caught a shot of a local inhabitant that we knew was around, but never seem to catch:


Meet Mr. Bear:

We couldn't be happier. And now we have another camera aimed in another direction. Hopefully, we'll capture even more shots of the locals!

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