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I was happily surprised to see this photo on my camera. It looks like a momma doe is about to tangle with another doe over her fawn. It almost looks like a jumping contest. The second picture is a couple of deer snuggled up to stay warm during an April snow storm
A young deer got hit on the roadway and my aunt found it covered in leaves along one of her property trails. She uncovered a portion of it to investigate. She come back the next day to find it recovered so we put a camera on it to see what covered it up. I got over a hundred pictures of this beautiful Bobcat. I love your products.
I set my new Cuddebacks in an area frequented by wild game. Little did I know that these big Coyotes were frequenting the same areas.
His name is High Brow and he is on a farm which we lease in southern Indiana. Although we have had him on camera for the last two seasons, this was the first season in which he was on our hit list. We saw several times this season while bow hunting but he always seems to be one step ahead of us. Our neighbor has pictures of him after the season ended so we are looking for the opportunity to hunt him next season. The reason for this entree is not his size or his story, but it’s the quality of the picture that I felt was worth sharing. We run approximately 12 cameras all season and have viewed tens of thousands of pictures over the years and this picture is the worthy of being classified as pure art. I can only hope that you enjoy it as much as we have.
I put this camera up along an old logging road. I have gotten a few pictures every now and then of the turkeys but it surprised me to see a group of them puffed up at the same time, white heads and all, in January, and facing the camera. Definitely going to be a good spring.
After season ends I run feeders and I thought this pic was interesting. Looks like I have a headless doe roaming the woods!
Just a small buck that always stops by my camera. Even though there’s no flash or sound when it takes a pic he manages to look right at it. My wife says he’s smiling for the camera
First day of Muzzle Loader season Northern Zone New York State, new this year, stand and camera placement. Did not realize the stand and I would be in the shot, thought the pic turned out unique. I let him walk! Love the E3 cameras!
It is always interesting to see what is in the woods when we are not. I was really surprised to see this photo. I have never had one like this before and have had cameras out for quite a few years. Unfortunately, I never did see this buck during season. The white specks in the picture are snow flakes and it is taken on a food plot. The second photo is of the deer leaving the area.Thank you for a great product.