Of course, animals don't stick to strictly one time period, and a good example is the creature we caught on video recently:
Here's another nighttime shot, of tracks left by a snowshoe hare. The motion detector on this camera must have been sleeping on the job, because it wasn't quite quick enough on the shutter to catch the hare itself.
While they were out looking for wildlife, though, some wildlife took the opportunity to visit their camp: ravens. These bold and hungry birds made their way into one of the ice caves and managed to open and pick through a food bag, taking with them two bagel and egg sandwiches and leaving nothing but crumbs. Chalk that one up to a lesson learned in food security!
Perhaps because they were mourning the bagel sandwiches, the volunteers didn't get any pictures of the tell-tale raven tracks, but did snap these fresh songbird tracks in the snow: