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This photo was only 3 hours before I got to the farm to hunt. This is a great example of why I love having Cuddeback/Cuddelink.
I really wish we had video turned on for this camera. There's a two minute gap between the two pictures.... wonder if he pranced around that entire time....
We have Cuddeback cameras set up at feeders all over our lease. Our lease is located in Dodge County, Ga. and is loaded with deer and turkey. In this pic we have deer at the feeder in the background and a couple of gobblers strolling by. I named this pic, “Game Farm”.
I put my cameras out at the end of turkey season and hope to get pictures of does with fawns. I lucked out last year with this one. Messed up on setting the date, it defaulted to the model year. One wants to see what mama's after, the others like .. Got Milk? 14 years old and this Cuddeback Capture still works great. I got the camera out again.this year, and I hope to see more fawns!
Black Bear with her two cubs, and a Whitetail Doe with her fawn.
We had a mother robin make a nest on our motion light. Once the young birds hatched it was neat to watch the mother robin feed her babies.