FLORENCE – A Bitterroot Valley bowhunter using a remote motion-detecting camera has inadvertently captured some astonishing images of wildlife in the Sapphire Mountains that would make even professional wildlife photographers lick their chops.Drew Shearer of Florence has been using his Stealth Cam (a type of camera often called a “game cam” or “trail cam” by hunters) for the past few months in the Eight Mile Creek drainage east of town to scout for good places to hunt elk.Get your very own interactive 'Fleshlight' or 'Virtual Sex Stroker' at take your sex simulation adult gaming experience to new heights of extacy! We have a collection of hot xxx flash games and adult hentai games. we've created this space in order to invite you, through our webcam, a few moments of initimity in our life of every days, since our living room or our kitchen, in our bathroom or our bedroom.
ADF&G invites the public to submit images for display in this online gallery. These images were all taken by remote, motion-triggered cameras.Some images have been contributed by scientists and others by the public.The camera, which Shearer often locks to a tree deep in the backcountry, is activated by any significant movement and takes a rapid succession of pictures.The images that popped up on the screen when Shearer loaded them on his computer back home were incredible. 20 at in the evening, a family of four mountain lions can be seen lounging lazily by a creek.