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KnollsCam: Young bobcat enthusiastically scent-marks tree

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A young bobcat spent 3 minutes scent-marking a tree at Thomas Brass's "stage" for wildlife in the woods on top of Haywood Knolls.   Read Story »

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KnollsCam: Wildlife camera films spotted Bambis

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KnollsCam: Coyote spooks deer

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KnollsCam: Black coyote visits

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Thomas Brass is drawing a lot of web traffic to his YouTube video of a black coyote visiting a clearing on top of Haywood Knolls.   Read Story »

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Check out amazing stills from the KnollsCam

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Wildlife enthusiast Thomas Brass has posted a montage of terrific stills from his wildlife camera at the top of Haywood Knolls. Brass uses a motion-triggered Browning camera mounted at a clearing in the woods to get the images of bears, foxes, bobcats, raccoons, coyotes and other animals.   Read Story »

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KnollsCam gets amazing story of a raccoon mother's love

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In one of his best videos yet — and one that made for an amazing tale of a mother’s protective love — wildlife enthusiast Thomas Brass recorded a forest scene of three baby raccoons, apparently motherless, and their rescue and adoption by another mother raccoon.   Read Story »

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Trailcam catches new video of fox in Haywood Knolls

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Thomas Brass, who makes tapes of the wild animals in the upper Haywood Knolls forest, tells the Lightning that he got a new daytime video of one of his favorite visitors — a hairless Samson red fox.   Read Story »

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