Many thanks to researcher and doctoral student Emily D. Thorne for choosing the White House Farm as part of her spotted skunk survey.
The skunks live in the George Washington National Forest, just across the Shenandoah River from the farm, but it was uncertain whether they also live at the farm and nearby areas. Four motion detection cameras were set up with the enticement of fresh raw chicken placed nearby as bait. Three cameras at the White House Farm and one camera at the EMJ farm (two miles away and also owned by Scott C. Plein) caught other interesting animals: red fox at each camera, opossum, raccoons, coyote, deer, mink, owl and one domestic cat, among others.
See the full report is below with photographs taken at the cameras: