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Video Review: People of a feather

Posted January 16, 2015 by Jennifer A. Jilks

Belcher Islands

This is an amazing show. It was on TV over the holidays. It points out how climate change is changing the oceans, beginning with Hudson Bay. The Inuit depend upon the eider ducks for food and clothing. I sent a donation for the work …

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Buster and Daisy on the wetland trail

Posted January 20, 2015 by Jennifer A. Jilks

This is part of our 1-hour walk on the wetland. Daisy and Buster were my buddies.
They are such troopers, barreling through the frozen wetland with me.

They are so funny. Great companions. They simply follow me as I traipse here and there looking for …

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Coyote and rabbit on video

Posted January 24, 2015 by Jennifer A. Jilks

I switched from photos to video settings, just for fun. Rabbit loped by, I repeated that on slow motion. Then, a couple of hours later, the coyote.

Coyote & rabbit from Jennifer Jilks on Vimeo.

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks :: Wolf & Coyote Identification
Still, hubby heard a wolf in the forest. They tell us that it is a CoyWolf, a species cross between the Western coyote and the Eastern wolf

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Buck videos –licking the bird feeder

Posted January 13, 2015 by Jennifer A. Jilks

There we were. It was approaching the end of the day. Suddenly, there were 5 bucks all interested in the bird feeder. One took a drink from the bird bath, didn’t quite capture that, but it was funny. As is his way, hubby kept up his wacky commentary. I don’t know where this retired businessman gets his dialogue from! (Maybe it’s the voices in his head!)
"I tell you right now, you don’t want to

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My first trail cam video –more to come, I hope!

Posted January 12, 2015 by Jennifer A. Jilks

Deer & trailcam from Jennifer Jilks on Vimeo.
Here is my first try capturing video. At the end, Sir decided to sniff the camera.

I set up the camera in the backyard. Justin Hoffman, my mentor, wisely suggested I set it up facing north:

Another good tip is to always set up your cam facing north. This will prevent back lighting, and the glare of the sun. Once you play around with it, you’ll

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Having a wonderful time, wish you were dead

Posted December 9, 2014 by Ted Bird

   As I watched the recently posted video of Ottawa-area ISIS convert John Maguire, I couldn’t help but wonder about the “root causes” that inspired a seemingly normal Canadian kid to take up arms with the dark side of humanity.  To say …

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Deer butts and mugging, wetland walkies

Posted January 14, 2015 by Jennifer A. Jilks

Here we are try #3.You’ll just have to laugh with me! A bitterly cold morning (-25 C.) and they wander like ghosts along the path.
With mentor Justin’s help I’ve been playing around with locations. (Facing north, high-traffic pathway.)

Trailcam 3.0 …

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Deer, pileated woodpecker, rabbit

Posted January 28, 2015 by Jennifer A. Jilks

Another couple of video opportunities. Daisy and I went down to exchange the SD Card in the videocam. (I find this easier than anything else, bringing it back up to the house to process the photos and videos.) We found a pileated woodpecker whilst gazi…

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