"BEST camera I ever had. Most accurate target and clear picture..." Scott Abernathy, WA

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Gary Kraszewski

Green Bay, WI
06/01/2019

Ruffed Grouse on the drumming log.

Scott Lembrich

Deland, FL
05/30/2019

Pic 1 Fight at the feeder,,,as the opossum holds off 2 vultures. pic 2 The only racoon to get to the feeder in 5 month that we have had it up,,, Pic 3 A cool pic of a vulture flying in...they like the record rack as much as the deer

Lynden Nogler

Sandy ridge, PA
05/30/2019

Pennsylvania's spring gobbler opener I drove 2 hours to my friends farm. It was a windy terrible for turkey hunting we didn't hear or see anything that day. I got back home and checked my cuddeback camera I have a across the street is a very small food plot I made last year and of course this joker was there on opening day taunting me and strutting in front of the cuddeback. Should've hunted at home haha

Lynden Nogler

Sandy ridge, PA
05/30/2019

From state college PA a nice bachelor group of bucks stoping by the trophy rock. I love cuddeback cameras.

opie reed

Newport, TN
05/29/2019

Antlers are growing, pretty cool watching them develop each day. These are from yesterday on a lease 5 1/2 hours away. The cuddelink cell cameras are the way to go.

Ron White

Lancaster, NH
05/28/2019

Just some Hummingbird action at the feeder at my house.

Ron White

Lancaster, NH
05/28/2019

Ruffed Grouse on log.

Doug Wonders

Motley , MN
05/27/2019

Who’s hunting who? Beware of “ Big Momma!!” I ride my 4wheeler past this deer stand & always see deer tracks going by it, so I thought it would be fun to get a photo of a deer walking by. I was not expecting this.

Sven Hansen

Salem, AR
05/27/2019

Lucky to catch these deer in their natural environment establishing their territory and dominance

Joell Adair

Payson, UT
05/26/2019

I left these cameras up the mountain with the time lapse set for 24 hours in and just take one photo each, just to see the snow level at 8,800 feet inside the pines. This is the second camera i had set up just about a 100 feet away in a more open location but still inside pines.