Adorable Black Bears On Trail Camera

Adorable Black Bear: Trail Camera (c) The Comfy Cabin, 2022

September is a special time for black bears. The bears enter hyperphagia and look for food up to 20 hours a day! They have definitely been more active in the back of the woods near our trail camera. Read more about bears in September here.

Hope you have fun watching these trail camera videos.

Regards,

Debra & Kurt Roinestad

All Trail Camera Videos (c) The Comfy Cabin, 2022

All Trail Camera Videos (c) The Comfy Cabin, 2022

All Trail Camera Videos (c) The Comfy Cabin, 2022

All Trail Camera Videos (c) The Comfy Cabin, 2022

All Trail Camera Videos (c) The Comfy Cabin, 2022

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Bears Trail Camera, S.C. (A Beary Likely Story)

Black Bear, Trail Camera (c) The Comfy Cabin, 2022
Bear Close-Up, Trail Camera (c) The Comfy Cabin, 2022

The bears are very active this summer. The videos below show them enjoying themselves around 10 pm, playing in the rain, and searching for food. The mother bear is training her cubs to be independent. The cubs are exploring by themselves and are on a quest for some adventure! They will begin hibernating in late fall and will remain in their dens until Spring. So, it’s time to party-hardy before the summer is over! 

Warm Wishes,

Kurt & Debra


“Grizzly bears and black bears generally do not eat, drink, defecate, or urinate during hibernation. Bears live off of a layer of fat built up during the summer and fall months before hibernation.” —Yellowstone, NPS

 To read more on bear hibernating information click here

All Trail Camera Videos (c) The Comfy Cabin, 2022

All Trail Camera Videos (c) The Comfy Cabin, 2022

All Trail Camera Videos (c) The Comfy Cabin, 2022

All Trail Camera Videos (c) The Comfy Cabin, 2022

All Trail Camera Videos (c) The Comfy Cabin, 2022

All Trail Camera Videos (c) The Comfy Cabin, 2022

All Trail Camera Videos (c) The Comfy Cabin, 2022
Party-hardy before the summer is over
Vintage bears preparing for celebration illustration, by Edward Penfield

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Bears And More Bears- Trail Camera Videos

Hi Everyone,

Here are more bear trail cam videos! 🥰

🐻 If you want to read 3 Fun Facts about Bears click here.

🐻 Click here to see videos of the Bears Visiting the Cabin.

🐻 Other Trail Camera Bear Videos click here.

(c) The Comfy Cabin, 2022

Kind Regards,
Debra & Kurt

Mother Bear & Cubs

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Trail Camera Cubs

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Bear In The Rain

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Black Bear Close Up

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Trail Camera Bear Videos, S.C.

Trail Camera, (c) The Comfy Cabin, 2022

Hey Friends! 

Some adorable black bears recently stopped by our cabin. We decided to keep our trail camera active for 3 months before changing the chip. And boy, did we capture some wildlife shenanigans! Kurt and I meticulously reviewed hours of trail camera footage and picked some of the best to share. Enjoy! 

Much Love,
Debra & Kurt Roinestad

P.S. Check out post from last year…Black Bears & Cub Visiting the Cabin. Click here

Our Favorite Bear Videos

Trail Camera, (c) The Comfy Cabin, 2022

Trail Camera, (c) The Comfy Cabin, 2022

Trail Camera, (c) The Comfy Cabin, 2022
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Setting-Up Trail Cameras In The Woods

The back of our woods belongs to bears that hibernate and start poking around for food and adventure during the Spring. I wanted to set up some new trail cameras to catch some of the action. I gathered up my hiking equipment and had a fun yet, grueling two-hour hike through the woods behind our cabin. The trail was once a logging road…I’m guessing back in the 1800s. Now it is overgrown with trees and mountain laurel. It winds through steep rolling hills. I wore my sturdiest boots since snake season had just arrived. The woods are mature, but you can still see signs of an old farm including rusty strands of barbed wire and the remnants of a shed.

We researched and decided on the Visionner 4.0 WiFi 830 Trail Camera, though there are many other excellent trail cameras out there. The camera has a function that captures high-quality images and videos with night vision. The images can download directly to an app on your cellphone if you are within 60 feet of the camera.

App. for the Visionner 4.0 WiFi 830 Trail Camera. (c) The Comfy Cabin, 2022

Read more about the trail camera here.

Video of the Bears Visiting Us Last Year

Black Bear and Cubs. (c) The Comfy Cabin, 2022
Hiking Trail, (c) The Comfy Cabin, 2022

The trees in this area are covered in a blanket of moss. It was challenging to find the right tree with the correct thickness to hold the cameras steady. Trail cameras need to wrap securely around the tree trunk with velcro straps. We encountered a small brown snake and an adorable ‘spiny lizard.’


Read more about the lizard here.

There were bear tracks along the area during our hike. So, I’m hopeful we will get some footage! I’m excited to share the trail camera images with you.

Warm Regards,
Debra & Kurt Roinestad

Trail Camera-Bears from the Summer of 2021

Hey Friends,

Here are two adorable pictures from the trail camera of the bears that usually hang around my backyard.

Warm Regards,
Debra Roinestad

Trail Camera, The Comfy Cabin, 2022
Trail Camera, The Comfy Cabin, 2022

Last year, the bears were hungry and went after the bird feeder on my deck. Then they visited me again…this time to show off their baby cubs!

To read more about this hairy situation click on this previous post below.

The Comfy Cabin, 2022
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Bonus Video

Two Crows and a Squirrel

Black bear and cubs visiting the cabin

Black bear and cubs, (c) The Comfy Cabin, 2021

In May 2021, I had a black bear visiting me at the cabin and showing off her baby cubs. She was done hibernating for the winter and was looking for something yummy to eat (no, not me…lol). The bear remembered me from last year when I set up some bird feeders. Let me rewind this story and explain.

Last year, I heard a loud thunk on the back of my deck. I quickly turned around and saw the black bear standing acrobatically on all fours on top of the deck. The black bear climbed all the way up and was staring enchantingly at the bird feeder swinging merrily on the deck. Then she stood upright and yanked the bird feeder and started shaking it as if it were a gumball dispenser and had won a prize. She ate half of the seeds and grabbed the bird feeder, then smiled (as if she was saying, thanks, Lady!) and placed it into her powerful jaws, and went right down the pole of the deck to finish the rest of her loot.

After a few more visits from the black bear, I began to feel like the guy from, ‘Grizzly Adams.’ I learned that the bears live far towards the back of the woods from my cabin. Bears only become aggressive if they feel threatened. Overall, bears are usually very peaceful and gentle.

Humphrey the Bear: In The Bag