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First couple weeks with camera. Most pics were of the cattle, have now moved camera to a hill with rubs. Works great, just need to find the bucks....SOON!
Captured this sow and three yearling cubs taking a break along the trail. The second photo shows the that the sow has a collar and ear tag!
Put my cuddeback out before the turkey season and got these images. I have about 134 images of this turkey and one more. I hope you enjoy the images. Thanks Glenn.
I'm a big game ecologist. I design land management plans for hunters - aimed at improving land value and hunting success. This picture was taken on opening weekend of the Wisconsin bow season, 2005, on my 20 acre homestead. The food plot you can see is only about 30 x 40 feet. Note that you can see me, with recurve in hand, in the tree in the upper-right of the photo. I had 5 deer come into this little plot that evening - but decided to watch instead of shoot. Thought you might like the photo. Scott Sell
First picture of a Turkey with my camera, I think he might have been a little surprised
A family of three and a nice buck that my new camera took. I had three other cameras and this one is the best.So far it took 320 pictures.
These are just a few pic's that my camera took since I started using it. The pic's are taken at our cabin up north by a small food plot we have on our land.