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One year on a forest trail in Northern Minnesota

Spend an entire year observing animals on a quiet forest trail over the course of 15 minutes. The Voyageurs Wolf Project team filmed the popular game trail in Northern Minnesota’s Voyageurs National Park from June of 2019 to August 2020, through day and night, in spring greenery and winter snow.

The video chronicles wolves, deer, moose, bear families, bears with itchy backs, rabbits, squirrels, and lots of other small bounding creatures. They explain, “this game trail was a black bear highway!”

We have never seen so many different black bears using the same area in our life… In total, this video is the distillation of more than 5.5 hours of footage recorded by this camera!


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