Every Deer, Every Day
What is a scouting camera supposed to do?
My definition is that a scouting camera should take a picture of EVERY deer that passes in front of the camera. It should not miss an animal because it is moving fast, nor should it create false triggers which result in blank images. It should not run-away and take a long string of blank images.
Every animal should be photographed. Every photograph should show an animal.
At Cuddeback, I think we do this better.
- Mark Cuddeback