Last week, a trail-cam operator shared video footage that revealed his “near encounters” with grizzly bears in Canada’s Yukon Territory.
This week, David Troup of Yukon Wildlife Cams shared footage showing a “marvelous” grizzly bear scent-marking a tree on which one of his cameras was attached.
It was reminiscent of perhaps Troup’s most compelling related footage: that of a massive grizzly bear back scratching, or scent-marking a tree before charging toward the camera.
The accompanying slow-motion footage, captured by Yukon Trail Cams in August 2021, lends a unique perspective of what a grizzly bear charge in your direction might look like.
Reads one of the more popular comments: “Can you imagine standing where the trail camera is?”
Another: “Remember, you only have to be faster than your hiking partner!”
Troup maintains a network of trail cameras in the Yukon and periodically shares footage to showcase the region’s wildlife.