My luck seems to be turning at my wildlife cameras. A bobcat padded softly past one late yesterday morning. The tree that he was closest to in the photo below is a scent post that he chose not to mark yesterday.
Mule deer are renowned for the size of their ears and the telescoping motion that lets them orient their ears in whatever direction they choose. One of the does demonstrated this perfectly. First, the doe in the foreground listened to world in front of her.
Today, K and I were up and ready to go easily in time for sunrise, a surprise after a tiring and long day yesterday.
The Duo examined the gaps between the lichen-covered boulders with exquisite care.
For now, we'll enjoy the warmth and the hint of spring in the air!