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Sometimes they hide right under your nose. Guy bailing hay on the farm said he saw a nice buck in my barn. I moved a camera there to see if it was true.
We use the Cuddeback mostly to monitor around the chicken coop. We had lost a chicken a couple of nights before to one of the wild predators so I set up the camera. This night we caught one of the neighbors cats with its prey.
This buck has been holding onto his velvet & then when the perfect photo of him in the process of shedding his velvet there had to be dew on the lens.
This may not be as exciting as watching the bucks grow & go from velvet to polished antlers , but it’s still interesting to see how the Sandhill cranes change color with the seasons.
I live in pa, we have a hunting lease 7 hours away in ohio, so getting pics everday is always exciting. Seeing big bucks are always cool, but this beats them all!! Enjoy!
august 20th for the little turkeys, i thought they would be bigger by now mamma bear and cub standing in a alfalfa food plot starring at the cabin
This tall 6pt has some really tall tines for this area of Michigan and I would love to get a chance to see him.
I have been fortunate enough to capture this deer on camera for three years in a row; and while I have yet to see him while hunting, he sure is a beauty to look at. In these pictures, he is shown at a mineral block. Hopefully I will be able to get a glimpse of this massive buck in the woods this year.
One of our cameras set out to monitor the wildlife, and just goes to show that you never no what will show up on the camera. Sad part of this picture is that coyote eat more fawns then bear or wolf's. Mother nature I guess
We have this camera mounted under our bird feeder to catch pictures of the wildlife in the back yard. We have had many different pictures of the wildlife on this camera. It just shows how fast your camera speed is and how good the pictures are for clarity. In the fall of the year the black birds are migrating south and they are here for a few days eating out of the bird feeder. I think there is like forty birds in this picture. Keep up the good camera making.