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Molly Duhm

Greenville, WI
08/08/2005

I have been keeping my eye on this 10 pointer since January...I only hope he will get this close during gun season.

Jeff W Drake

Freeport, IL
08/08/2005

Three great deer. I can't believe what I am seeing. These deer don't let themselves be seen under normal circumstances, the camera makes all the difference. I have had the camera for about 18 months and have approx 1400 pictures. Of the 1400, about 210 are of bucks, thats 15%, Unbelievable!!

Daniel Duhm

Greenville, WI
08/08/2005

Got a nice picture of this 12 pointer on New years day 2005. We were glad to see he had made it thru the gun season, but we were even happier to see he made it thru the winter as we got this nice picture of him in velvet in August.

Jason Rosser

Sandusky, MI
08/07/2005

These photos are from a year long search to find the only known wolverine in michigan in over 180 years. Ounce we found him in a remote area in june 04 we tried for months to get a picture of him with no luck. Many people thought we were nuts trying to find an animal that was thought not to exist in michigan. finally in march of 05 our hard work paid off and we have been getting pictures every since. there are many theories of how he got here but one thing is for sure he is here and we will be tracking him with our Cuddeback cameras as long as he is. In the background of two of the pictures you can see another cuddeback and a deercam.

Rob Totenhagen

Shakopee, MN
08/07/2005

Chris Santaiti

Highland lakes, NJ
08/07/2005

Recently purchased camera testing it on a mineral lick behind house, first night out got these pics.

Michael Topper

NEW OXFORD, PA
08/07/2005

Raymond Simpson

Temple Hills, MD
08/07/2005

Deer and Coons feeding together

Raymond Simpson

Temple Hills, MD
08/07/2005

Bucks working my feeder :)

Trevor Zurn

Almena, WI
08/07/2005

We had been wondering why our deer feed piles had been going down so fast until we got this picture of these big toms. We figure they have 10 to 11 inch beards on them. We also had quite a few hens and jakes coming in to the feed pile.