Monday, December 21, 2020

Awww Monday Woodsterman Style ~ 281

 DULUTH, MN-- A Duluth photographer's drone came face to face with three curious cats on the St. Louis River Wednesday.

Mike Mayou captured these stunning pictures and video of three bobcats venturing together on the frozen river.

It appeared they didn't mind the attention from the drone.

Mayou of Mike Mayou Photogorophy posted his video to Facebook saying, "Yesterday afternoon, as I was out on a photography adventure, I stumbled upon a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Down by the St. Louis River, I noticed a few creatures moving across the ice. After flying a drone over to investigate, I discovered that there were three bobcats venturing together! These cats were very comfortable being up close and personal with the camera, thus this footage. It's quite rare for humans to see bobcats in the wild, but the drone allowed me to interact with these animals in a unique way. Enjoy!"

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  1. How cool is that and they are very good at camouflage too. I was looking for the 3rd one and then it moved. Nicely done Sir.

    1. Jeff C, I've seen a few around here and they are cool.

  2. Now those are some felines. Beautiful and they were as curious about him as he was about them. A huge Awww.

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  3. oh my gosh- amazing and beautiful cats. Love this video! Thanks!

  4. Rather amazed that one or more of the cats didn't try and kill the drone. It's what they like to do. Bird or Drone makes no difference.

  5. Phil, they probably got close, but we didn't see that.


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