Ben is a member of Cougar Rewilding’s Board.
The Roanoke Times
Tuesday, June 26, 2012
Documenting Tinker Mountain wildlife one picture at a time
Ben Shrader of Bedford County uses four Cuddeback wildlife cameras to capture the diversity of wildlife on Tinker Mountain up close and personal.
Predators large and small follow their noses.
Thus, Ben Shrader of Bedford County opts for a dab of “loud” coyote bait, pungent enough to clear an elephant’s sinuses.
Or maybe he dribbles a drop or two of “Predator Frenzy,” a lure made from a mix of extracts from red fox, coyote and bobcat glands. And there’s always the option of coyote urine.