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Wildlife Caught on Camera—Volume 11

The Boone and Crockett Club’s Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Ranch (TRMR) is an outdoor classroom on an epic scale. From kid camps to Scout expeditions, the TRMR is a place to slow down and watch as nature goes about her business. And what better way to watch than with strategically placed trail cameras? 

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The ranch has nearly three dozen wildlife trail cameras set in key locations, and those cameras take thousands of shots every year. The job of sorting those photos falls to Chris Hansen, Boone and Crockett Fellow at the University of Montana. 



A Winter Haven

The 6,000-acre ranch on Montana’s Rocky Mountain Front is a refuge for mule, elk, and a host of other wildlife during the winter months. The ranch provides crucial, high-quality winter range for migratory mule deer and elk herds that migrate out of the adjacent Bob Marshall Wilderness.

The Scoffin Creek wolf pack, black bears, and plenty of grizzlies have been caught on trail cameras as well as other critters like grouse, coyotes, and raccoons. Check out the short video to see what other creatures, big and small, make a living on this working cattle ranch.

To read more about the mission of the TRMR, its history, the research conducted there, and how you can visit, just click here.

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"The wildlife and its habitat cannot speak. So we must and we will."

-Theodore Roosevelt