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Winter Creek
Using a game camera and a homemade deer feeder, we try to capture images of the forest wildlife.  We have also tried tying salmon to a tree to lure in carnivorous animals.  Unfortunately the batteries in the camera died before we could see which animals were attracted.  We suspect that the flash of the camera kept the animals away from the fish.  We think raccoons were the major culprits in the disappearance of the fish.  

Look below to see pictures of animals we caught on camera enjoying the deer feed.

Likely a Deer Mouse, possibly Peromyscus maniculatus
Douglas Squirrel (Tamiasciurus douglasii)
Northern Flying Squirrel (Galucomys sabrinus)
To see more on the Northern Flying Squirrel please visit the Burke Museum

Eastern Gray Squirrel ( Sciurus carolinensis) **invasive/non-native
To see more on the Eastern Gray Squirrel, please visity the Burke Museum
Raccoon (Procyon lotor)
To see more on the Raccoon please visit the Burke Museum

Unkown rodents
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Tor Linbo

tlinbo@u.washington.edu