Sooooo sorry for the sounds of silence.
My Spring filled up with new projects and wide-ranging road trips, and thus severely limited my Intertubes watering hole time.
But it is resulting in fascinating new friends & camera trapping content. And, as usual, more wandering around in amazing California wild lands.
And now it's Summertime, and the living's easy.
Well, getting easier. And more often close to home.
So, how about some cam trap photos?
These pics are from a pilot last Fall that became one of this season's new ongoing studies.
But I expect you'll agree they're well worth the effort. And hopefully the wait.
The eastern Sierra Nevada habitat and scene
American Pika sleeping on haypile under rock at 11:40pm in snow
Doing some haypile tending at 12:27am
Afternoon nap on the 'stack at 2:37pm
Kicking back at 10:15pm
Bringing back willow - a top food
Enjoying a moment on a fave sunning rock
Bringing back dried corn lily
Sleeping on the 'stack at 11:47am
Off to the next episode
"So much time and so little to do."
"Wait a minute. Strike that. Reverse it. Thank you!"
- Willy Wonka