The theme for this month's contest is "Wildlife". Post your best photos of BWCA or Quetico Wildlife. Wildlife does not include late night fire pit festivities.
Monthly Category: Wildlife Photos BWCA or Quetico
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I am pretty sure LTs photo is that of the "Lac" Ness monster. Many a visitor has returned from the Lac La Croix with stories of a sighting a large humped beast. Old Nessycroix, as the Native Americans have called it, only emerges for seconds at a time, and this is indeed a rare photo of said prehistoric beast.
Saw this guy on crooked lake -- the photo's zoomed in quite a bit.. I was torn between keeping my distance and paddling closer for a better shot! What's more, the bear was swimming from an island where we'd camped the previous year...
Maybe its a mink, I had a couple people look at it, muskrat, mink, otter are all things people have said. My dad said it was probably an otter, anyway here are some more pics of its backside, and some happy turtles we saw on the same trip