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Set camera up hoping to get something on it , nice little buck showed up
I own 3 cuddeback cameras now and this is my first ever droptine buck caught on camera. Wow look at the bases on that beast.
This photo was captured on a 256 mg card several years ago. This white tail buck survived two more years before being taken, despite many hours on the stand by multiple people. The yaupon and pine thickets in this area of the state are very thick and excellent whitetail deer habitat. Without a game camera, it is likely we would not have known he existed. I love the clarity of this Cuddeback photo capture.
Had this white albino last year on the property that my dad saw. We talked to the neighbors about him and that they’ve seen him for about 4-5 years now. So this year he’s 6 years old or older. I witnessed him chasing smaller bucks and a doe last night. I was filming him on my phone and my cuddeback got him on camera, while I was 30 yards away from him. Beautiful animal!!
I purchased some land in the spring of 2020. There were so many signs of deer activity that I really wanted to know what I had. I thought this was an interesting pose that this guy took for the camera.
Two nice North Alabama bucks starting to get frisky and establish territory. G3 as I call him is clearly the Alpha. Grow boys grow!
This buck is ready for Halloween trick or treating at the trough with his twig wig, looking like Marilyn Monroe!