NATURE MONCTON NATURE NEWS
Sept 29, 2022 (Thursday)
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**Trail cams have become an interesting part of a naturalist’s tool chest.
Patricia Pelletier captured a clear night photo of a River Otter in the Mud Creek area just outside of Riverview.
A Google search reported that bears are attracted to all petroleum products including gas, oil, and grease. These products should be stored securely in an area not accessible to bears. (Editor’s note: I suspect many may not be aware of this, but now we know!)
**Brian Stone was up early on Wednesday morning and took a few photos of the fog effects he saw around his home and area. As the Sun rose and shone through the fog a Fog Bow appeared, fading in and out of visibility as the density of the fog changed minute by minute. He also photographed fog condensed on Spider Web strands among the plants beside his house giving a frost-like effect.
**The New Brunswick environmental network puts together a list of upcoming events they are aware of for the coming month.