So yesterday I went hunting. On the way back my lane I'm pretty sure I encountered a scrape. It was a small sapling/tree, and the ground was snowy. but under the tree there was no snow and bare dirt about 1-1.5 ft wide. I thought I saw paw marks but the ground was frozen. I have never seen a scrape in person. 5 yards away from this there is an extremely dug up trail. And this just so happens to be 10-20 yards away from a treestand my uncle used to use. So what should I do and is it even a scrape? I have no clue. I'm thinking about putting a cam up that covers part of the trail and the scrape(if it is one). Plus I have no clue if the stand is safe. The ladder is wabbly. Never hunted from an actual treestand. what do you think?