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The "spots" on this photo is from the bear actually licking the camera... And of course, as you might know.. MANY pictures are of the bears face, as they oftentimes "investigate" the human scent on EVERYTHING! Your metal bear protection box is WELL worth the money... it DOES protect the camera! Best product I have purchased in a long time... thanks!
Is there a new contest for 2005? My pictures are from a rock I leave left-overs on behind my house. Here are porcupine, fisher, and fox pictures. I also have pictures of a bear, deer, raccoons, coyotes, flying squirrels, and weasels.
Hung the Cuddeback on a tree near a feeder I use and this little guy seemed to enjoy the smell or was an incredible ham!
I set the camera over a food plot and got the first pictures of these fawns. They cant be more than a couple of days old. They can barely stand.
I set the camera out over a food plot and was very surprised when I got the memory card. I didn't realize that a sow could have 4 cubs. I would have never known if I didnt have the Cuddeback.
here are some more clips of the big boy , he now likes to arrive in the a.m . this bear is smart i guess thats why he is the size he is . i hope you guys are enjoying all the photos being sent in . r.s.v.p. me thanks craig
We have a bear that regularly visits our camp in the hills of Pennsylvania, We do not often get to see him, we just see the results of his visit. I set the camera for one night and captured this image!!
This pic was taken last fall. I know that it is too late for the contest but I thought that it might look good on your web site if you want to use it. This deer was not shot last year (that I know of), hopefully we can get a pic of him this year again. Thanks Jeff & Greg
this first photo shows the "slobber" from him licking on the camera! the second photo shows TWO bearsw.. Teh black one (a boar killed this season) is lloking through the crib at a blonde bear we think is a sow... We thank you camera's technology, as it showed us that this blonde bear was too rubbed to harvest this season! teh third bear is that blonde bear!