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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!
I didnt realize your contest was allready over i just bought my camera , so i guess we can scratch all entries. thanks anyways
Coyote or Timber Wolf? This Picture was taken near Beaver, WI I personally have never seem a Timber wolf in this area. Just wondering what you think. Most people that I have asked say it is a Timber Wolf, however a few say it could be a coyote.
GOT THIS PICTURE OF LARGE GOBBLER I THOUGHT YOU WOULD LIKE TO SEE A WEEK AGO.
I REALIZE YOUR CONTEST MAY BE OVER BUT I JUST PUCHASED YOUR CAMERA A COUPLE OF WEEKS AGO AND THOUGHT YOU WOULD BE INTERESTED IN THESE PHOTOS. FIRST PICTURE IS OF LARGE MALE BLACK BEAR AT 1:10am THEN THE NEXT PICTURE TAKEN ONE MINUTE LATER SHOWS 2 LARGE MALES FIGHTING. IT IS BREEDING SEASON HERE IN PA.