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We did some trapping this fall for Fisher (see box trap in photo). Well, after the season was over and the trap was pulled from the box we decided to leave the camera set up watching the box. We got these two nice photo's of Bob cat checking out set out. Evidently he didn't mind the camera at all. 00017.JPG I would call "Pretty Stripes" 00070.JPG I would call "What's for Dinner".
Always good to hear the Ruffed Grouse drumming in the Wisconsin woods.
Often after the Roanoke County state of Virginia deer hunting season. I will remove my cameras until early spring. But this year I thought 'lets see what is out there' so that's how I capture the buck with full set of antlers in March 2019. Wow what a sight for this time of the year. I did not realize the bucks kept their horns so long. The time and month reporting on this Capture Cuddeback is correct, the date will always come up 2016. The camera is still working great along with great pictures.
This was taken on Friday November 16th, at the end of the last day of Western New York State's Regular Archery Season, with Firearms Season set to open the next morning. We got hit hard with a snowstorm that day and this doe seems to know the camera was there and is telling us that archery season isn't the only thing we can kiss goodby!
Crows may not be an exciting bird , but I really like the contrasting colors of this photo.
Captured these Two going At It In Early January,Next Few Pics Told Story As to Why In foreground There Are 4 does. All Pitchers Taken In Crawford county,Wis
It looks like this eagle is calling all his buddies to the dinner table,or is he telling every one to stay away from his lunch!!!
Did you hear the story about the bald eagle, the turkey vulture and the raven? No? we all came to feed at this deer carcass together. We never used to have turkey vultures around this area but now there are lots. They are a very different looking bird. It was fun to watch how they each had their pecking order at the carcass. Of course the bald eagle is king. The ravens are really brave around the eagles. I put this carcass out for the coyotes but got this neat shot of all the scavengers.