I was instantly intrigued. Within a few days, I'd set up a trail camera in that area, pointed at the tree with the bear fur on it.
I discovered that a diverse array of animals use that area extensively. Most surprising was that mountain lions walk through the clearing more often than almost anyplace else.
A variety of other animals including black bears, bobcats, foxes, deer, moose, and turkeys frequent the clearing.
I made a compilation video of the best clips that the trail camera in that clearing has captured in the six months that it's been there. Almost no animals go to the area when there's deep snow on the ground so these clips are from only the limited times in the past six months when the ground was almost bare!
Enjoy the video either here or at Youtube.