Hari Viswanathan joined PEEC for Bear Festival to discuss his experiences photographing black bears in backyards using critter cameras in Los Alamos. In the above video, he talks about how he got started with critter cameras, what behaviors he’s captured from visiting bears, how often he sees them, and more.
In the second video, Hari shares some of the video highlights of black bears that he’s been able to capture with his critter cameras!
If you’d like to learn more about bears visiting our yards and communities, be sure to tune in for tomorrow’s live-streamed talk from Dr. Kathleen Ramsay. Find out more and register here.
5 thoughts on “Photographing Black Bears in Los Alamos”
EXCELLENT PICS AS WELL AS VERY INFORMATIVE TALK. I SUGGEST VARIOUS PERSONS SHARE THEIR PICTURES as well as experiences, THOUGHTS, SUGGESTIONS ETC. THANKS FOR SHARING. VKV
So very cool. I am a Naturalist from Point Lobos SRA in Carmel. Ca.
Loved the beautiful video with the detailed background commentary by Dr. Hari Viswanathan. The pictures are very clear and have captured the various facets of bear activities in details. I convey my best wishes to the Viswanathan family for their consistent and meticulous efforts in preserving the harmony between mankind and the external environment. Keep up the excellent work.
Kudos to Dr. Hari Viswanathan and all members of the Viswanathan family for their systematic efforts in studying the environment around them. They go a long way in maintaining the balance between Man and Nature. The pictures of the bears are very clear. The fascinating aspects of their activities have been captured in minute detail. Such videos/ pictures are very useful in adding to the knowledge bank environmental studies. I wish the entire Viswanathan all the very best in the success of their eco- related activities.
These videos are absolutely amazing! I had seen some of the still photographs before…but not the videos. I found myself drawn in …watching the different bears’ nocturnal behavior at the two ponds. I especially loved the young bear scratching his belly and so obviously enjoying the water. Thank you, Hari!
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