Wild Rose, WI
For years I have been working to improve the habitat for trout as well as to attract ducks to a spring fed pond in central Wisconsin. It is not unusual to capture forty to fifty ducks on my camera. Bald eagles are frequent visitors perching above the pond and swooping over the ducks looking for a meal. On the day this image was captured the ducks took off when an adult eagle approached the camera and got his picture taken!
The deer all changed there patterns on me toward the end of season so went from getting 1 or 2 photos a day on three cuddelinks moved them all get 75 to a hundred now a day and this was my first picture curious little thing
I once cought a fish this big.
Detroit Lakes, MN
Buck in process of shedding his 2021 antlers. Sometime between New Year’s Eve 2021 & the early morning of January 3, 2022, this buck shed the right side of his head gear. The beginning of the end of this buck’s 2021 antler cycle captured by Cuddeback.
COLONIAL HGTS, VA
"Mirror Twins". These 2 bucks have lost opposite antlers.
I dug out this small watering hole where there had been a wet spot in our field and get plenty of pictures of all kinds of wildlife using it, this picture of a red tailed hawk is definitely a favorite and truly shows what awesome pictures these cameras take.
These two buck were sparing for about five minutes at my alfalfa feeder. This was the last in a series of photos of these buck of the photos and it appears that they decided to take a "portrait" and pose for the camera.
Oklahoma City, OK
This picture was taken just outside of Oklahoma City on a deer trail. The Oklahoma Wildlife commission said that this is a Rabbit Back bobcat due to its color pattern.
Midwest City, OK
This photo was taken at a deer feeder just outside of Oklahoma City. We get plenty of pictures of bobcats but this is the first of one with dinner in its mouth.
Colonial Heights, VA
2 bucks with opposite antlers dropped.