Larry visits the Missy Trap at dawn. He’s afraid of the hanging bait, but wants the meat. Larry eventually entered the trap but never triggered the gate.
The infrared flash on our trail cam allows for photography in total darkness. The camera sends the photo via cell signal to team email addresses within 60 seconds of motion activation.
Providing water for Larry was key to keeping him from leaving the area. Flour spread on the ground showed trails from his leash, enabling us to better understand his movements.
After nearly two weeks on the run, Larry was recovered when his foster followed him into a cornfield and sat down. He immediately came to her and showered her with kisses. Taken minutes after his capture, this photo shows a relieved Larry, along with the leash that he dragged the entire time.