International Photo Galleries

Sidda Rao Padala
Khammam district Telangana state, india, FL
5/17/2024
Its very user friendly.. Excellent sensor and cam quality
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Michael Mcintosh
Fairfield Township, OH
1/3/2024
October 28 2023 Kansas hunt. I watched this deer for 2 years. I got a shot at him. My rangefinder went bad. He was only 30 yards. Rangefinder was say 40. I took the at 40, hit him high. My Cousin harvest him December 7 rifle season. I really like my camera's. Hopefully Kansas doesn't band them this year.
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Marvin Poore
Brown Deer, WI
11/20/2023
Have seven cameras running leave out year round
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San Francisco, AL
11/6/2023
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Nathan Stoltzfus
Hegins, PA
10/25/2023
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Morteza Pourmirzai
Tehran, AL
10/9/2023
This is the first time we have recorded a Persian Leopard attempt to hunt Persian Onager.
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Martin DAVIOT
Nances - FRANCE, SK
2/22/2023
As part of the scientific monitoring of the Chartreuse Regional Nature Park, we are carrying out a study on the recolonisation of the lynx in the French Alpine massifs. This discreet animal disappeared from the national territory at the beginning of the 20th century. Since 1990, a reintroduction programme has allowed us to observe European Lynx in the wild again. In order to monitor this fragile return, a network of photographic traps has been set up in the Chartreuse massif to identify the various individuals present. The unique coat of each animal makes it possible to differentiate them. Thanks to the quality of the photos taken by the Cuddeback C1, this allows us to monitor the animals more closely and to better understand their way of life.
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Oscar Lopez
Horseshoe Bay, TX
2/7/2023
Hawk with snake over pound in deep South Texas at El Bajo Ranch
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Sven Geider
Georgetown, TX
11/15/2022
First two pictures are were we actually monitor the Leopards in our private game reserve and i just liked it that "Mawenzi" went up the tree to the bait with the guest so close. Getting to see a Leopard very close is the experience we offer our guests here on Okonjima and the Cuddeback camera helped to catch one of those special moments. And the third picture is on our fence line were we monitored a Cheetah that came in to the park but wanted to go back to her cubs and we placed a camera there so we could be sure that she was able to go out again.
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Gerald Toledo
Christiana, TN
11/4/2022
Squirrels getting a nut preparing for the winter
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