last updated: 23 Sep. 2014
Following the Tracks of Ursus Arctos

The High Tatras are a paradise for whom is fascinated by the brown bear. Everywhere, the plantigrade leaves its tracks on hiking trails, their claw marks and hairs on rub trees. With dedication and meticulousness, they can be observed when they feed in some remote gullies and or inaccessible slopes. Between July 10th and 17th, I deployed two trail cameras to document bear behaviors in forested areas, where they are much harder to observe.

Homo sapiens
Capreolus capreolus
Capreolus capreolus
Cervus elaphus
Cervus elaphus
Ursus arctos
Ursus arctos
Ursus arctos
Ursus arctos
Ursus arctos
Ursus arctos
Ursus arctos
Capreolus capreolus
Cervus elaphus
Cervus elaphus
Ursus arctos
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