We may not have any direct evidence of Fishers in the park yet, but a camera Nate and I set up last month did net a cool find.

Here’s me testing that site.


One of the more enjoyable aspects of this years Fisher project, even more than the wolverine work last winter, has been going to corners of the park I would likely not otherwise visit. This particular camera is a mile above a not-very-well visited lake, on the edge of old growth forest and the willow and beaver infested valley bottom. It’s accessible in winter because the ponds are frozen. In summer the bushwack would be quite unappetizing.