Fascinating Bears & Other Wildlife of South Carolina Video

Bear art wildlife painting. Image In the public domain.

Hello friends,

There have been so many bears in the woods this Spring season! During my late afternoon walk, I heard loud and heavy footsteps. I quickly turned around and saw a large bear peeking through the trees across from me. The bear was frightened and so was I.
I quickly turned and retreated into the cabin. One of the many exciting adventures of living in the woods!

A few days ago, I encountered a large black rat snake on my front porch. Luckily, our trail camera captured many of these fascinating critters.

Warm Regards,
Debra Roinestad

Trail Cam Videos by Debra Roinestad, (c) The Comfy Cabin, 2024

“Study nature, love nature, stay close to nature. It will never fail you.”

—Frank Lloyd Wright

The three bears. Original in the public domain.

Barn Owl, Tyto alba (1596-1610) by Anselmus Boëtius de Boodt. Original from the Rijks museum.

Wonderful Wildlife In Spring: Trail Cam Videos 2024

Photo by John Thomas

Hello Friends,

Black bears are awake and active this Spring as well as other adorable creatures. Our trail cam has captured footage of opossums, deer, and even raccoons.

We have had lots of rain this spring in the woods of South Carolina. I feel there is a romantic quality to seeing deer walking around in the rain.

As always, enjoy the 42 mini trail cam clips that I spliced into one video.

Happy Spring!
Debra Roinestad

(c) Debra Roinestad, The Comfy Cabin, 2024
The American stag or round-horned elk – Cervus Canadensis (1872), vintage wild animal illustration.
Original in the public domain.
Cerfs from L’animal dans la décoration (1897) illustrated by Maurice Pillard Verneuil.
Original from The New York Public Library. Image in the public domain.

The Many Moods of Table Rock Mountain S.C. Photo Gallery

Pink Moon over Table Rock Mountain
Pink Moon Over Table Rock Mountain by Debra Roinestad

Table Rock has so many moods, with the mountainscape changing ever so rapidly. This beloved monolith is located on the very southern edge of the Appalachian Mountains.

Here is a gallery of photos where I have captured Table Rock throughout the year.

All Photos by Debra Roinestad, (c) The Comfy Cabin, 2024

Video Short: The Many Moods of Table Rock Mountain, (c) Debra Roinestad, The Comfy Cabin, 2024

More Information About Table Rock Mountain

Hiking Table Rock by Kayak 7 Seas

Table Rock Mountain Aireal Views by South Carolina ETV

Discover South Carolina: Table Rock Mountain
https://discoversouthcarolina.com/table-rock

Debra Roinestad