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The Rio Grande turkey is really a handsome bird. We have quite a few of them on our ranch properties in Texas and enjoy just watching them almost as hunting them. It seems to me, having hunted turkeys in Alabama, Georgia, and Indiana, that the Rio Grande is harder call than the Eastern Turkey. If not harder to actually call in, for sure much more wary in their approach.
Left the camera over the winter and caught this bull in late April 2020. There are several pictures of him spanning a week, which show the development of the antlers and how fast they grow.
One Big Coyote with another set of eyes behind him. Taken in Orange County NY
I've had 5 camera's spread out on 300 acres in Illinois scouting for turkeys this spring. I got lucky and got this great image of a bobcat with a tracking collar on its neck. Western Illinois university tracks the home ranges of these elusive cats. Some have traveled 100 miles from where they were trapped and released from.
This photo was captured in St. Marys, KS by a recently deployed IR Powerhouse Cuddeback which watches a deer lick used last fall. It is 30 yards from a tower blind which is under construction and coming close to completion. I shot an 8-point white tail at this site on Dec. 4, 2019. I especially liked this photo since the bird was completely streched out when the shutter tripped. Even though you don't notice any red, this is a red-tailed hawk.