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This was taken in a small patch of woods in the middle of a large subdivision. This buck has never been seen by myself or any of the land owners.
Great buck... amazingly clear photo. I had no idea what was making that rub line! I submitted this photo previously and was suprised that it didn't make it on your website. In the event it was indeed received and not chosen, I'm sorry for the redundancy.
These are bucks on a Wildlife Management area we were told Deer were hard to find. In a two week time we capture over 15 different deer. Both Does and bucks. A total of 143 pictures were taken.
the first pic is of a small 4x4 with a broken side looking at a ringneck pheasant, the second is my favorite and it is of a coyote peeing in my deer lick, i laughed out loud when i saw it, and the third is of a ringneck pheasant flapping its wings, i think its dusting itself, but a neat pic anyway
these are just some pictures of a few of the turkeys that we have in our area, the one is funny how he has his head right up in the camera
Never saw this before. A turkey buzzard swooped in and landed. Thought I'd share this because it is differnt.
I've been struggling with a Stealth Trail-Cam and I switched to the Cuddeback. WOW! I made the right choice. I put an Antler King mineral block out and this Non-Typical yearling shows up every night.
Beginners luck. My guess is that this is part of a seasonal migration, although the location seems odd for that. I've never actually seen one in the flesh (or fur, as the case may be), although I've suspected that they were about from tracks and droppings.