The Commission’s wildlife camera trapping resumed this winter and we are already getting some interesting results! So far, our data suggest that the Albany Pine Bush Preserve supports a variety of generalist mammals that can be found throughout the Preserve in both restored barrens and forests. Even fisher, a species once thought to be restricted to large tracts of northern forests, venture into restored pitch-pine scrub-oak barrens. This January, we were lucky enough to capture a picture of two animals that share habitat in the Pine Bush but are rarely seen together. A white-tailed deer was foraging in front of a camera when a fisher walked by. The fisher seemed to take no notice of the deer but the deer seemed intrigued by the fisher. The two parted ways without incident giving us a rare glimpse of an interaction between these two species.