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Algonquin Park Live Webcam
The death of one animal is an opportunity for others...
In the days ahead, Algonquin Park Webcam viewers can watch as predators, including the potential for Eastern Wolves, feed upon a Moose found dead along the edge of Highway 60 and placed in the valley below the Algonquin Park Visitor Centre on February 11, 2015. The first the Eastern Wolf observed at the carcass was on Wednesday, March 18, 2015 at 9:20am. Watch for additional wildlife sightings below or see the running list of observations on The Friends of Algonquin Park's Facebook page.
This strategic placement of a Moose carcass during the winter has taken place several times before and has attracted various scavengers that depend upon the misfortunes of others to survive Algonquin Park's harsh winter conditions. Species observed at past carcasses have included Common Ravens, Red Fox, Fisher, American Marten, Bald Eagle, Gray Jay, and Eastern Wolves.
- At the moment of this posting, there are two wolves there now! Could be coyotes also, it's hard to see.
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Can we get a direct link to it? I had trouble finding it, but it could have just been my internet connection.
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that you just picked up some random pants
〖 and put them on 〗
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