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From deer fawns to fox kits and even turkey poults, summer is a great time to observe young wildlife! This scene featuring a pair of adult turkeys and five poults was captured on a Sawyer County Snapshot Wisconsin camera.
Are you interested in exploring the wonders of Wisconsin wildlife from your home? Visit www.SnapshotWisconsin.org to view images captured from trail cameras across the state. It’s a fun and educational activity for all!
There are many telltale signs of summer, but our favorite here at Snapshot Wisconsin is the appearance of fawns on camera. Fawns are born with reddish brown coats and a collection of white spots; this coloration helps them blend in with the forest until they begin molting into their winter coats.
Have you “spotted” any fawns on your cameras yet?
Did you know you can view and classify photos collected from Snapshot Wisconsin cameras across the state at www.SnapshotWisconsin.org? It’s a fun activity for the whole family!