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

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Brett Salm

Neshkoro, WI
11/12/2019

I just bought this cuddeback and put it over a clover plot. This camera takes amazing pictures. This buck is in full rut right now and walks in front of the cuddeback with marsh grass caught in his antlers, then makes a scrape in front of the camera.

Ted White

Ruston, LA
11/12/2019

Misty moring

dan davis

Omro , WI
11/12/2019

Mother Bobcat and her 2 little ones

tony kemp

youngsville, LA
11/12/2019

I was bowhunting in Kansas when i had an opportunity to take this buck. I thought it was a good shot, but i backed out, picked up my buddy and waited an hour. The buck only ran 40 yards, but pulled the SIM card on our way out and found this picture. This is a once in a lifetime photo.

Becca Akens

Clifton, CO
11/12/2019

This beautiful 5 point buck graced us with his presence at my cabin at 10,005’ in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado. Our little piece of heaven above Blue Mesa Reservoir.

Clint Long

Peculiar, MO
11/11/2019

Camera set on a field edge where a group of bachelor bucks field at night.

Clint Long

Peculiar, MO
11/11/2019

Camera set inside the timber next to a pasture the deer were using nightly.

Niall Beddy

Tshipise, Limpopo, South Africa, Ot
11/11/2019

Camera traps have become an incredible tool for wildlife management and advancing our understanding of certain species within the reserve and the wider area of connected reserves. It provides us with a low impact method of accessing and recording data on predator populations continuously. Nothing is more exciting than retrieving your data to find a beautiful juvenile leopard curiously staring into the camera as they realise something different and unusual has appeared in their environment. By far the best capture this year. This is one of 20 Cuddeback cameras running 24/7 to provide us with a better understanding of the population density of leopard on the reserve.

Michael Hanten

Weyauwega, WI
11/11/2019

Been tracking this guy for a while. Thought the photo quality on this pic was great! Makes me want to hit the woods every timed I see it!

Ed Brodt

Middletown, KY
11/11/2019

Central Kentucky. Major game crossing spot from big timber across ridge to saddle area. Mineral lick also on far tree line. Deer, Bobcat, Turkey are seen here daily.