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Man Records Wild Animals Crossing Next To A Log Bridge Near His Home

Robert Bush Sr. based in Pennsylvania hid a camera next to a log bridge near his home. All year round, it records wild animals crossing the river in their natural habitat. Deers, raccoons, squirrels, beavers, even one bear have made their appearances. It’s like a digital window into nature and it’s amazing. Robert shares the footage on the Facebook group Bob’s Pennsylvania Wildlife Camera.

Here are a few compilations showing what animals Robert has already captured with his cam


animals crossing log bridge



bear on log bridge

animal on log bridge


animal on log bridge


animals on log bridge
animals crossing log

The camera records day and night, all year round

animals crossing bridge

animals crossing bridge

animals on log bridge
animals crossing bridge

After his initiative went viral, Robert shared his thoughts behind it