Ever wonder what bears do when we’re not looking?

What happens out in the forest when there are no human disruptions? This.

A remote wildlife camera captured these images of various species visiting a “communications” or “rub” tree in the Alberta wilderness of Kananaskis Country. Animals (clearly bears most of the time) leave their scent on the tree for other animals. The images were taken during May and June 2013 by Alberta Provincial Parks as part of a research project studying wildlife, animal activity and biodiversity. The fun music is by Canadian guitarist Ewan Dobson.

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