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Ruffed Grouse on his drumming log at Marinette County, WI.
I set a trail camera out on a section I had just gotten permission to hunt on. I checked my camera after the first week i had it out and found this picture from the morning i checked the camera.
Picture so clear it looks fake is the comments I am getting on my new multi flash cudde ......photo shopped
This is quite a buck for South Missouri.
Ready for the season to start!
This photo document the presence of wolves in Chianti, known all over the world for its wine rather for its abundance of big-game. Italian wolves fear men and is very rare to encounter them. This wolf injured his left leg maybe after a struggle against a wild boar.
I had 2 encounters with this buck during opening week of archery season( top 2 pics) and elected to pass with hopes of his friend to come out during legal shooting hours( the bottom pic) With no luck did he come out. However he did walk past the camera several times, all at night. I guess that's the difference between a 3 1/2 and 4 1/2 yr old deer. Both are very beautiful animals. Was nice to see one at least.
Well he never showed up during daylight, but was happy to walk in front of the cuddeback during the wee hours like normal. Beautiful looking buck and I believe I have several pics of him from last season.
I like to call this picture. ..Changing of the guard. I really like how my excite takes such quality photos.
I have got a wide variety of pics over the years but this was the first Flying Squirrel.