Uncompromised craftsmanship and innovative technology help produce the world’s best scouting camera pictures - and set Cuddeback apart from the rest. With ¼ Second Trigger Speed, Center Subject Technology and Zone Control, Cuddeback cameras are just built better. Browse galleries of pictures to see the difference for yourself - we think you’ll agree that the proof is in the picture.
I hung camera from a small tree on creek bank where it's easier for game to cross. We are overrun with coyotes and thought it may be a good spot to catch them crossing, obviously it was. Sidenote...date is wrong time is right.
We put this trail camera on a small prairie pond (0.10 acres) hoping to get some good bucks cruising for does during the rut. When we pulled the cards, we did get some bucks in other pictures, but this one is the best. A doe in the foreground and 250 mallards on the pond in the background was a real treat. My hunting partners and I are all duck hunters too, so we thought this picture was fantastic. Next year, we hope to catch the mallards doing the same thing.
We're in a Government project, for environmental protection and protected animals, in which our property is included. The animals are persecuted by residents of the area who trespass property and kill these species and remain unpunished by law because they disappear animals, which the government had no knowledge of their transit in the area. With these images, the government will increase protection in the mountain area of the southern coast of Jalisco, Mexico.
Found a deer carcus along the river and set up my cuddeback knowing this area was a hot spot for eagles. in the next 2 weeks i had 632 pictures mostly eagles during the daytime and coyotes after dark............... Thank You Cuddeback for such an awesome camera.
My wife absolutely loves river otters so We decided to try to use my trail camera to get a few pictures one. So after the bucks lost there antlers in my area I put my camera on a known otter slide/ bathroom that they frequent. It took 2 weeks to get theses pictures and hoping to get a videos the next time around. Our kids enjoyed getting pulled in the sled to check the camera.
Amazing to see interaction between whitetails and other animals such as raccoons and turkey. This small buck seems to be saying alright guys you might have us out numbered but "Lets Dance", This large mother doe seems to have adopted a ringtail fawn looking to nurse. I think this is the same 6 pt eating with longbeards.
This young slick 10 pt is still holding on to his headgear going into March. Will keep tabs on him to see just how long he carries them, hope to maybe find his sheds. Never had one pic of him during season!!!