This evening we’ll let the photos do the talking. Enjoy this healthy fisher (Pekania pennanti) documented recently with one of Rosslyn’s wildlife cams.
Part of the weasel family, these native neighbors enjoy dining on wild gates and they’re one of the few predators in our forests who successfully hunt and eat porcupines.
Given that we frequently document both sling the trail targeted by this camera, I suspect that this stealthy hunter will be sated during his nocturnal ambling.
Often referred to as “fisher cats”, they’re actually altogether unrelated to cats.
It’s profoundly satisfying to document these wild creatures trafficking Rosslyn’s wildway earlier this month. Here’s hoping this robust specimen has plenty of companions.
What do you think?