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The generations put aside their differences for a few minutes during the rut and enjoy a lick of salt at the same time.
I just got our CuddeLink system set up and the second day this big buck decides to move in close and pose for the camera! Needless to say, I was stunned when I checked my emails! Nice buck! Awesome camera!
This is he buck we have been after for the last 3 years. We have several pictures during the last couple of weeks. I'm hoping my wife can harvest this fine specimen this season.
The camera used was a Cuddelink, can't seem to get a daylight glimpse for a shot, I think he might be part ghost. Never had a clue this brut was nibbling at my feeder until Cuddelink gave me the picture, thanks for getting me excited.
While monitoring deer movements on our hunt lease in South Carolina we caught this image of Turkeys waiting their turn at the corn pile.
We have been enjoying the pictures our Cuddelink system has been sending back. We live over 200 miles south of the area where we installed the cameras, so they are a great way to keep us connected to the land. We can even tell the weather up there by the pictures. As you can see, the first picture is from a few days ago when the area got its first snowfall of the season. The buck makes it look like a holiday postcard or a scene from any winter time movie. The very next day there was obviously a bit more snow as the pic shows. The buck there got close enough to the camera for a really clear shot of his coat and what's keeping him warm. What great detail from the camera! Mr. Moose was just passing through on his cameo shot. I would have liked to have seen more of him, but he is just too big and too close to the camera. Oh well, maybe next time.