Like many of you, we’re sure that you’ve spotted many porcupines after dark. But in daylight? That’s a much tougher task. Up until 2017, we’ve continuously failed to document this nocturnal creature, but the year began with the chance to snag a couple of pour quality images of the animal sleeping in a tree. But when we visited Grasslands National Park in April, we couldn’t believe our luck to stumble upon (literally) a porcupine walking around the area near where we were camping. We only got one quick shot in the fading light, but to us, it’s a dream come true: A porcupine on the ground in (relative) light. Definitely a check on the bucket list.
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