The mammals who still appear frequently are coyotes, foxes (red and gray), rabbits, squirrels, and bobcats. Bears, of course, are asleep in their dens now. The den that I know about is empty - a very sad sight for me.
I love the bobcats because their behavior is so fascinating. I love seeing them check out spots that mountain lions have marked. My cams have captured some nice daytime video of them which I'm going to share here.
In the video, the first clip is from late last fall at a water trough that was out for wildlife. 2018 was an incredibly dry year, and our bobcats visited this trough very frequently. As you watch the first clip, keep your eye on the bobcat's tail. It is really cool how expressive it is.
The second clip is from deep in the forest at a site where mountain lions mark. People very rarely go there. As you watch that clip, see how carefully the bobcat examines the mountain lion scrape. Then, listen to the crows that go wild cawing because there is a predator present. The corvids (crows, magpies, jays) are the alarm system warning the prey species that a dangerous animal is around.
The third clip is from early January on a sunny day. It is from a site at the top of an expansive downward sloping meadow. The elk herd frequently grazes within view of this site. Mountain lions seem to watch the elk from the site and scent mark while they are there. This bobcat investigated a mountain lion scrape and then carefully sniffed an aspen tree before departing.
Here is the video... enjoy it!