Many wildlife enthusiasts dream of catching up with the unseen lives of wild animals. Some recently placed a trail cam discreetly in the Voyageurs National Park in Northern Minnesota, Canada.
The main intention of setting up the trail cam in the forest is to catch a glimpse of the famous wolf packs during their everyday routine. The names of these packs are Cranberry Bay and Nashata Packs. Both the wolf packs are seen to frequent this area and have marked it as their turf.
Wildlife enthusiasts placed the trail cam in the area as it is tough for the wild animals to access this part of the Voyageurs National Park during the summer months. In addition, getting in and out of the area takes at least one full day.
However, the trail cam captured many diverse species of animals, including an otter searching for food in the snow. Soon, 5 to 6 wolves walked past down the snowy trail. A few minutes later, a deer is found searching for food.
A fluffy black bear could not stop himself from playing with the snow. He continuously rubbed his body on the snowy ground and bumped into the trail camera. Even a crow finds a place to rest and munches on a snack left by a passerby.
After a while, a moose calf running down the wet trail shows how carefree wild animals are. Whether big or small, all the wild animals use the track to show how diverse species survive together peacefully. The wolves from the Cranberry Bay and Nashata Packs, with the rest of the wild animals, follow the same path from spring to fall. This proves how critical this trail is for wildlife enthusiasts.
Humans have a lot to learn from these wild animals about how everyone can survive without fighting one another. This is something nature teaches us, but only a few understand this fact.