Category Archives: Nature

Stanley the Squirrel

Hi everyone. Just a mini short from the Outdoor Trail Cam division.

What a Difference a Day Makes!

Hey everyone. Yesterday the “Outdoor Trail_Cam “division was on location checking things out. We caught a few clips of the “squirrel gang” running around as usual.

But my point of this broadcast is we picked up a few inches of snow last night. The area looks much different now.

I didn’t take a picture of today’s mess so I wouldn’t ruin this image, LOL.

It’s currently “21” in Rochester, NY.

C_J_L Trail Cam Tours – Part 2

Hello everyone, here are some excerpts from C_J_L’s pilot test of Trail Cam tours.

Update: Explorer-Trail Cam Division.

Well everyone, after many trips, stakeouts, and lots of patience, the Explorer, Trail Cam division was launched. We went on location Friday afternoon before the storm set in.

The camera was hung.

I feel reasonably safe from theft due to the low low temperatures, and the area in itself. The pilot test will be conducted for about a week before I go back down into the river gorge and check on it.

Climate Change: Polar Bears Starving.

Courtesy National Geographic

Salmon Run: C_J_L Outdoor Wildlife Location.

Yes everyone, the Rochester C_J_L Bureau is getting restless and impatient, but soon things will break I think.
This past weekend I made another hike down into the river gorge checking on a site to place my camera. But there were still visitors to the area. So, I cancelled hanging the camera.
But I think this coming week, our Thanksgiving week, I will do it. I’m getting the vibes.
Anyways, as I was marching around I came across a lot of dead salmon.
The area I plan to place the camera has been a busy place for years for salmon fishing. After they spawn many of their lives end, and others get washed ashore due to weather. flooding, etc. I saw several dead salmon down there as you see.
These pictures are what I saw this past Sunday.
Stay tuned.
Note: Look at the last picture, the area I will be shooting for C_J_L is an historic Indian site.

Critical Flooding!

As you see people, the flooding has not weakened much. These pictures I shot this morning within half a mile of each other. We have been getting constant flood warnings daily.

As our Editor in Chief says, “Mother Nature gets Hissy“.


Durand Beach, Irondequoit: Flooding Problems

This afternoon I did one of my beach-nature tours.

Things are not good at a local beach many of us visit. The flooding has caused terrible erosion of the shorelines as well as other problems.

But on a good note, there was a real sportsman out there just rowing away. LOL

Because of this flooding, the beach has been closed down.