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I know it’s getting close to turkey season & everyone likes to monitor their turkeys. However I haven’t seen any strutting here in central Minnesota yet so I always enjoy getting some waterfowl photos. The wood ducks are our most colorful waterfowl.
Close up! This bear loves its photo taken. This is a shot taken by a long range IR j series sent to a G home camera and delivered to my phone. How awesome this cuddelinck system is.
This is a rare sighting of a moose on the New York, Connecticut border.
This buck's nickname was Bullwinkle. I was fortunate to see him once while on bow stand but he never gave me a clear shot. He was seen during the MN gun season as well. Unfortunately he was found dead in late November. We are not sure why he died as his remains were cleaned up by predators. Although not a giant, he was the most unique buck I have ever seen.
This Ruffed Grouse got closer to the trail cam than I expected,
Here are a few action shots of geese. Spring is one of my favorite times to place my Cuddebacks in some different locations to get some unique shots.
I found the right shed antler ! Then search for hours for the left side. Never found it . Then I checked my camera and found out why I could not find the left side.
Trying out the new cuddelink home camera before purchasing 14 more J2's and G1 Dual Flash Cameras. Set out a mineral block and looks like the deer is sticking his tongue out at the camera!