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Spring trail cam check shows a Doe and fawn passing through our property.
1. Had a really nice rub here last year so I put my camera here and I have a buck jumping over the fence. 2. Place where their is a lot of deer traffic, got mom and her fawn on camera.
Bear Baiting 2019... Sow and Boar have hooked up for the spring..... I really like the expression the camera caught from the Sow
I went to check my cameras. Notice the time stamp. I wonder how many times that I’ve been close to a bear & never new it. This bear looks quite a bit heftier than me. I put a kiddie pool out in the woods for the wildlife to have water in the summer. I’m glad to see that it is being used.
While venturing back through some old trail cam pics I came across a few that really stuck out to me. Here in Southern Kentucky we rarely see more than a few inches of snow each year. It is hard to imagine how the birds keep warm! A few toms were scavenging what was left of the previous year's food plot. I am highly satisfied with my Cuddebak camera!
A pair of deer, possibly a pair of young bucks spotted on the previous season, were having a small dispute over the remainder of the mineral block.
Took my cuddeback to the Boundary Waters Canoe Area (BWCA) and set up over the Fish bones from our shore lunches. Got pics of both mature and immature bald eagles., a fisher., otters and a whitetail. Got some great pics and it always adds to the trips enjoyment when you bring a cuddeback/