Snowshoe Hare

Welcome to the Buckeye Blog. Here, we will summarize the latest wildlife image data collected with our 28 remote wildlife cameras. The “Buckeye” cameras capture wildlife photographs using a motion-trigger system and upload the images to our server via radio signal. This exposes activity ordinarily hidden from human observation and minimizes human disturbance in the area of the cameras. As the seasons change, so do the species that appear in our Buckeye photographs. Stay tuned for new captures! 

Both MPG and Defenders of Wildlife celebrate forest mammals, large and small. This time of year, we think about snowshoe hares’ adaptations that help them evade their mammalian predators, like bobcats, Canada lynx, and fishers. In the autumn, snowshoe hares shed their brown coat and grow in a white replacement (they “molt”).


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