5 Unique Wildlife Trail Cam Videos

Collage art by Debra Roinestad (c) The Comfy Cabin, 2022

Hey Friends, 

Wow, there was a lot of activity on the trail camera this month! Here’s a unique assortment of wildlife that our trail camera captured. It seems that mid to late November was the busiest yet. On the trail cam, you will see a one-horn buck, a wild sow and much more! Plus, the bears have not gone to sleep and are still looking for food. 


Debra & Kurt

Columbian Black-tailed Deer (Cervus Richardsonii) from the viviparous quadrupeds of North America (1845) Illustrated by John Woodhouse Audubon (1812-1862). Original from The New York Public Library.
Brown Bear (Ursus Arctos) illustrated by Charles Dessalines D’ Orbigny (1806-1876)
Wild Boar, Collared Peccary, Chinese Sow, Capibara, and Babyroussa. A History of the Earth and Animated Nature (1820) by Oliver Goldsmith (1730-1774)

Bear Steals Bucket From My Front Porch

Bucket Thief: Trail Camera, (c) The Comfy Cabin, 2022

Hello Friends,

A black bear stopped by my front porch and took an empty bucket with her.Β It was 5:12 am and she was extremely hungry. The bear has been looking for food and became desperate and stole the bucket from my front porch. Fortunately, one of our neighbor’s grapevines has ripened and the bear has been enjoying the delicious muscat grapes. (Note: The trail camera time was set wrong on the trail cam it’s 5:12 am not 5:12 pm)

Art by: Debra Roinestad (c) The Comfy Cabin, 2022

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.

(c) KOAA 5 News: Bears Enter Hyperhagia

Enjoy the Trail Camera Videos!

Warm Wishes,

Debra & Kurt

Stolen Bucket from My Front Porch

(c) Montana FWP (Fish, Wildlife & Parks) Hyperphagia Explanation

Luckily, Kurt found the bucket the next day and retrieved it. The bucket is now damaged with a large hole from the bears enormous teeth.

Exhibit A: Stolen Bucket (c) The Comfy Cabin, 2022