Bear cub adjusts trail camera with 'surprisingly good results'

A bear cub in Northern Minnesota re-adjusted a Voyageurs Wolf Project trail camera, leading to the camera capturing some pretty good footage of wildlife in the Voyageurs National Park area. Researchers with the Voyageurs Wolf Project say the cub "did a much better job than most of its comrades" when it comes to adjusting trail cameras. And a few weeks later, the bear came and checked on the camera.

Minnesota bull moose captured on trail cameras

The Voyageurs Wolf Project on Friday shared a compilation of videos of a bull moose in northern Minnesota captured over the years. Researchers say moose are not common in the area but over the past few years they've captured "quite a few bulls on camera."

Montage of Minnesota trail cam footage by Voyageurs Wolf Project

The Voyageurs Wolf Project on Thursday shared a montage of the best footage they've captured on their trail cameras in hopes of spurring donations to the organization on Give to the Max Day in Minnesota. To donate: https://crowdfund.umn.edu/index.cfm?fuseaction=donorDrive.participant&participantID=1687

Rare 'blonde' wolf captured on camera by Minnesota researchers

The Voyageurs Wolf Project on Friday posted video to social media showing a rare 'blonde' wolf, saying it's a rare coat color for wolves in northern Minnesota and the first wolf with "light, creamy colored fur" they've captured on camera. (This video is looped.)