I didn’t see you there! Reaching speeds of over 40 miles per hour, the pronghorn is one of the fastest mammals on earth. Way faster than a predator like this coyote, even if it cared to give chase. Still, we’re glad the pronghorn finally noticed the toothy canid and hoofed it before it became lunch.
This Week on Explore (9/8)
Sadly, Beluga Boat season is over! Thank you to everyone who tuned in and we look forward to another successful season next year! On Bison Cam, we witnessed a coyote howling at the “Corn Moon”! A “Corn Moon” is an early September full moon named for the crop that’s usually harvested this season. Make sure your
Daily Dose Of Love: Coyote Howls At Full Corn Moon!
Have You Ever Heard The Coyote Cry To The Corn Moon? Last night our bison live cam captured what’s being called a “Corn Moon” – an early September full moon named for the crop that’s usually harvested this season. This lone coyote must have thought the moon was as beautiful as we did since it serenaded the
CamOp Photo Winners of February!
Once again, these cam ops have blown us away with amazing snapshots from the live cams! We are so lucky to have such dedicated volunteers not only operate the cameras but also take these beautiful photos to share with the community. Please see February’s photo winners below! First Place: Meet Seth by CamOp Holly Runner
Thanksgiving Feasts for American Beasts
On Thanksgiving, families across the U.S. will sit down for holiday staples like turkey and stuff, sweet potatoes and pumpkin pie. In the forests and deserts, though, native wildlife populations will be hunting and gathering far different meals. Check out feasts for bears, deer, wolves and other All-American creatures.