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I had been putting out table scraps trying to capture pictures of bobcats etc. when I noticed two bucks in the area one day, so I added corn to the feeder and got this picture a few days later. Location is 70 yards from our house in the country in North Central Texas.
Here's a picture a deer eating at the feeder when a bat comes by for a look. Now what are the chances of this happening ever again?
put the camera on my food plot to see what was in the neighborhood. was very excited about this photo. looks like a pretty big coyote for my area.
Here is a video of a doe reaching way up for a branch near a scrape.
This picture was taken shortly after a spider had built a web on the lens of the camera.
This is a picture of a buck that I had passed up the previous evening during bow season.