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Ryan Momtgomery

Greenville, SC

Using my brand new K series I bought yesterday!

Wyatt Barber

sullivan, WI

Captured these two male Cranes posturing the Camera!

Ron Harrington

Clive, AB

Here are a couple of cows that made it through the winter in great shape!!!

Larry Griner

Port Trevorton , PA

The first fawns of the year showed up with their mom in my whitetail institute food plot. I so look forward to see these fawns and watch them as they get bigger the third picture trying to figure out what made him jump so high

patrick padgett

elk grove, CA

In 2016 something was devouring alot of fruit off my trees in the back yard i was trying to figure what the heck was doing it then it dawned on me i have my trail cameras so i set them up and the first night told the story an invasion of critters that were taken care of shortly their after thanks to cudde back problem solved

Brett Salm

Neshkoro, WI

This small buck has his picture captured at the perfect time as he is standing on one leg over a mineral hole. Great clear photo of this buck in action from the cuddeback white series.



He's showing off now. He eluded us during the Spring hunting season. Just wait til next season!

Brandon Nowak

Yanceyville , NC

A beautiful good samaritan black bear helping us check the durability of our corn feeder!

Robby Brown

Wallace, NC

Mother Nature enjoying Mother Nature A doe deer with her baby fawn enjoying a swim in creek that feeds into the Northeast Cape Fear River in Eastern North Carolina. What a joy it was to capture this moment!

Greg Olson

Hanover, MN

Caught this fatso black bear on my G series Cuddelink camera at the gate to my hunting property in northern Minnesota. This photo was emailed to me and is how I keep track of what’s happening at my property that is 130 miles away from my home. I’ve caught this bear and some cubs in other cameras too. I love my network of 8 Cuddelink cameras spread around 160 acres.