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Winter Weekly: The Forest at Night
Ever wondered what's it like to spend a night in the woods, the way the animals do? Many animals, in fact, are most active during the night and early morning hours. Well, some of our trackers made an overnight snow camping trip to Twin Lakes this weekend to see for themselves.
Our volunteers on the mountain this week were greeted with blue sky, fun finds, great conditions for snowshoeing, and both the biggest and smallest wildlife tracks we could hope to find on Mt. Hood in the winter.
The forest is full of mysteries, isn't it? Volunteers found some tracking this week, and we caught one on camera. What is this blurry animal, and how can you tell?
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