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    Hello All,

    It's always cool to capture fisher footage on the trail cam. Here's some neat behaviour stuff, captured late last week.



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    Justin

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    very interesting...I assume the spine was left by you to attract animals?

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    Now that was cool. Thanks. I have ever seen them down here. Do we have them in Southern On. ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sharon View Post
    Now that was cool. Thanks. I have ever seen them down here. Do we have them in Southern On. ?
    Definitely in the area west of Barrie, saw them quite a number of times while at work. Some munching on porkys, saw one with a turkey.

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    anfield21 - I found the remains of this road-kill whitetail (pretty much like you see it) so dragged it about half a mile to the location of my cam. Plenty of fishers in the area, so knew they would show up to check it out.

    Sharon - Fishers are pretty much nocturnal. In all the times I have spent in the woods over the years, I have only ever seen one with my naked eye during daylight hours. Plenty around - just never see them unless you put up a trail cam.

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    Justin

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    I saw two sets of fisher tracks roaming the sidewalks of north Kanata in the fresh snow last week. They were only a couple of hundred yards from the open bush that runs out to Arnprior, but still, seeing their tracks in suburbia was a bit weird.

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    Quote Originally Posted by werner.reiche View Post
    I saw two sets of fisher tracks roaming the sidewalks of north Kanata in the fresh snow last week. They were only a couple of hundred yards from the open bush that runs out to Arnprior, but still, seeing their tracks in suburbia was a bit weird.
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    Quote Originally Posted by werner.reiche View Post
    I saw two sets of fisher tracks roaming the sidewalks of north Kanata in the fresh snow last week. They were only a couple of hundred yards from the open bush that runs out to Arnprior, but still, seeing their tracks in suburbia was a bit weird.
    We've got a few of them in CBay, and have had a couple of daylight sightings.
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    I have a pair that live in the bush between my house and the road. Seen them often crossing the laneway. Lots of tracks all winter.
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    little inspector eh haha looked like he was digging in every crevasse he could when he came back, decided something was tasty

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