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Pennsylvania photographer captures all walks of wildlife crossing log bridge

Robert Bush Sr. set up a remote camera by a log over a creek and filmed 20 different animals who use this natural bridge in their daily lives.

Pennsylvania’s busy log bridge captured on film

In recent years, photographer and wildlife enthusiast Robert Bush Sr. has taken to setting up a remote camera by ‘The Log’. Located over a creek in the mountains of Pennsylvania, an extraordinary variety of different creatures cross this log throughout the year, and it’s pleasure to witness and appreciate nature in all its diversity.

Black Bear Source: WSLS 10
Whitetail Deer Source: WSLS 10
Grey Squirrel Source: WSLS 10
Racoon Source: WSLS 10
King Fisher Source: WSLS 10
Bobcat Source: WSLS 10
The closing credits… Source: YouTube/WSLS10
Pennsylvania man captures all walks of life crossing log bridge The video, taken year-round, shows bears, deer, bobcats, grouse, beavers and many other wildlife crossing the bridge, or swimming underneath in their natural habitats. Credit: Robert Bush. Source: YouTube/WSLS10


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