Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Twin Cubs

I didn't want to leave out the twins this week as they visited the mountain pond a couple of times also. In the first set it looks like the one cub's fur is still wet from taking a dip in the pond. The last two pics show why I have all of my cameras in security boxes and occasionally have smudges on my camera lens. I learned early on in my camera trapping hobby that bears have a wild fascination for cameras and can't resist checking them out up close and personal.







11 comments:

texwisgirl said...

OH MY GOD!!! the claw caught me by surprise (as i'm sure it would have caught your camera if you didn't have it caged!)

LOVE these little guys! keep 'em coming! i always get excited when i see you've got a new post up!

Michaele said...

I didn't realize that was a claw until I read the comment from texwisgirl. I thought it was just a smudge from a big ole' bear kiss.

Farmchick said...

A cool picture of that claw! Sweet looking little guys though.

missing moments said...

That's awesome ... they certainly are curious!

Nancy @ A Rural Journal said...

Geez! How many cameras did you go through before the security boxes were installed? Those little toddlers are curious! :)

Samantha said...

annnnnd I'm back to not loving bears again.

KB said...

I love the one of the cub walking the log. The cubs still look quite small... I guess that "eating season" is really just beginning - at least that's the case around here where berries are just emerging.

Monts said...

Hi Joe Thanks for dropping by my blog, I am really impressed with these trail cam pics. will certainly come back again.

Ruta said...

Love the pics...I really like the one of the cub on the log!!

Dawn said...

Amazing!!!! Your camera captures could be a book of "Sly Finds!" you manage to snag.
I like the balance-beam bear:)

Larry Ostby said...

Very cool, it's great that you have these bear around to keep us entertained. Can't beat the bear paw. Thanks.