Uncompromised craftsmanship and innovative technology help produce the world’s best scouting camera pictures - and set Cuddeback apart from the rest. With ¼ Second Trigger Speed, Center Subject Technology, and Zone Control, Cuddeback cameras are just built better. Browse galleries of pictures to see the difference for yourself - we think you’ll agree that the proof is in the picture.
I've been watching this buck since velvet but could never catch up with him. I'm glad to see that he has made it through the winter!
camra set up in known roost site
Marinette County, WI., the Ruffed Grouse are drumming again, this Grouse gets visits from a red squirrel and a chipmunk, but doesn't seem to mind.
This is an unbelievable trail cam pic of my 2014 deer taken with my longbow on a cool 28 degree October day in Nebraska. Picture was taken right after the shot, my arrow is in the deer on the other side. The best thing is that I am in the tree stand in background. I still can't believe the timing of this picture. The picture is a little blurry because of the sun on the horizon. Thanks to Cuddeback I will have this memory forever. This is the best deer I have ever got with my longbow scoring over 190 gross score. I will send a picture of this deer after we found him to show a better look at this beautiful animal. After 35 years of bow hunting it is still great to be able to set in a tree and be close to wildlife in the great outdoors.
Deer with mange being attacked by red fox? This photo was taken in Hobart NY this past December. Everyone including the local DEC office believes it is a red fox attacking a deer with mange. I am not so sure what do you guys think?
Ive been watching this clearing for deer the past 2 months in preparation for our deer season in April
Also using the clearing are these Black Swamp Wallabies, obviously not happy with each other!
Trying to catch dogs or yotes around my deer pen. I was very impressed with the trigger speed to catch this bird.
These images are from the 55,000-acre Northern Jaguar Reserve in Sonora, Mexico. This area is home to the world's northernmost breeding population of jaguars. Each image/video submitted is of a different individual jaguar.
Osceola turkey charlotte county fl
Iowa Turkeys and crows not getting along very well