File:Juniper Dunes Critter Cam (21307020690).jpg
Three critter cams were set up in the Juniper Dunes Wilderness Area in eastern Washington from June 24 until Aug. 18, 2015. While many species came to check out the water stations we did have some hams who really liked the cameras. Out of 7,231 total photos, these were the most photographed critters: 2,929 pics of magpies; 680 of crickets; 411 had coyotes in them and 359 were shots of porcupines. The remaining photos were of a variety of insects, birds, deer and even an elk.
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|Author||Bureau of Land Management Oregon and Washington|
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