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Picture 1: These two does appear to be in a heated disagreement. I wonder if that fawn in the background did something to upset one of the does and it's mother is being protective. Very fun picture to find. I love my Cuddeback and all of the 1000s of images I have gotten from it over the years. Picture 2: A doe and yearling whitetail sharing some body heat to stay warm during a spring snow storm.
While fishing in Minnesota boundary waters I put up my camera in a small opening of the northern woods. Much to my surprise I captured this female wolf that was radio collared and ear tagged.
i put this camera in the Mississippi Bottomland with the hopes of catching a pic of my deer... Little did i think i would have such a great caption of a crane like this and from such a low, close angle... Amazing the comments I've had on this picture.
And the “Smallest Antlered Buck Award “ goes to this bruiser buck.
These two bucks tolerated each other all summer, then as fall arrived, they started to get territorial. I saw both through archery season at least a dozen times, but never had a clear shot. The larger one on the right had broken both antlers by mid rifle season, and the lesser one was still intact in late December after season.
This was a few years ago, opening morning of buck season. As i was in house getting ready to go hunting with a friend about 30 miles away, this was standing in my back yard. Did not know till a couple days later when i checked my camera. Ugh!!!
I have been feeding 23-30 turkeys this winter. Up here near the base of Mount Washington(highest MT. east of the Mississippi), few turkeys are avail.able to view unlike the rest of the state. Along with feeding the turkeys, the deer come in as well to feed on the corn, the turkeys leave behind.
I bought my first two G series cameras as a means of security for a remote hunting camp. I love the way the cameras link together. If something happens to the camera at the campsite the pics will be on the home unit. I have since added a J series camera and CuddeCell home. I get a daily report on all units in my network, which lets me know when to change batteries. These are a few of my favorite pics. I hope you enjoy them.