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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.
Had a coyote come in during the winter at 8,800 feet this winter and two winters ago same path different set up.
left my cameras up over the winter still can't take bike all the way to the top of the canyon. Had to hike the last mile and a half to get to the cameras. The buck came in last year I only got one set of photos of him then and now.
This was taken at my neighbors in Wisconsin. We both get good pictures of bears but this one I really thought was unusual. "Mother bear chasing off intruder"
This is the first picture I get of a baby Chamois with the mother on 2019. I got a picture of the mother two days earlier on another camera but same locations without the baby, so this picture is of a 1/2 days old baby Chamois. There is also a picture of a male Chamois, maybe the father? Who know.. And also other baby wild boar with the mother.
The Ruffed Grouse is looking pretty intense in this night picture, and sometimes smaller birds visit the log - Red Pine blocks.
Thank our Veterans who gave so much so the rest us can enjoy our freedom.
These Aoudad (Barbary Sheep) were on my road to to my feeder. I’ve only seen them a few times they usually stay on the ridges in the hills on our lease. We hunt on a low fence free ranging lease north of Uvalde Texas.
I have this camera on a game trail near a deer feeder. I set the camera at this spot because of a scrape just off the game trail. We hunt about 17 miles north of Uvalde Texas.