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Wolves, deer and more: Bemidji State University trail cam study brings forest wildlife activities and patterns into focus after COVID-19 shutdown limits fieldwork

Based on the findings from six trail cameras set in the university’s 240-acre Hobson Forest from early February through mid-April, wolves and coyotes were most active about midnight and again shortly after sunrise. Whitetails, by comparison, were most active in the middle of the day, perhaps as a survival strategy to avoid being eaten, said Jacob Haus, an assistant professor of Wildlife Biology at BSU.
Source: brainerddispatch.com

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