A 6 pt, 8 pt, & 10 pt have been walking in front of my camera on different days - they finally met up in the presence of a doe... She snuck off while the boys were posturing in front of the camera.
Green Bay, WI
Ruffed Grouse checking out a fall drumming log, and still alot of good heavy green foliage .
Big hawk (Top Gun -deer's buddy)coming in Hot with flaps down to protect alfalfa deer food plot from voles!!! Camera demonstrates fantastic color, focus, and shutter speed to catch beautiful picture!!! Another Cuddeback camera mounted on steel post can be seen under hawk's wing on opposite end of food plot. Cuddeback solar power banks keep both running!!! Happy deer!!!
I have enjoyed viewing many great pictures over the years with my Cuddeback's. Large and small bucks ,many does, triplet fawns, antlered does, bobcats. coyotes, a UPS truck that took a wrong turn on to an off-road trail. This one though is my favorite. My main photo goals are monitoring whitetails on my property. With that I have seen several interactions of whitetail's with turkeys, racoons, cranes, squirrels, and many birds but this is my first picture of a stare down with a possum.
“My nuts are bigger than yours!”
I new the farm had produced big bucks in past and I've had the on the farm for two yrs now had dissent buck before but none like this ten
I received this photo the night before I was able to take this bull with my bow in the same location. The second photo is right after the shot
I was finally able to get up to my deer lease in Northwest Oklahoma, and connect the two J-Series Cuddelink cameras I got for Christmas last year, to my G-Series cell cam. This picture is in a wooded creek bottom that gets no cell service, but due to the awesome Cuddelink technology, I'm able to monitor without disturbing buck bedding area.
We've named this buck, Capt. Jack Narrow.
up close and personal i see !!!
Not very often do you get a nice buck to rest right in front of the camera. Just goes to show how cuddeback makes a camera that works in a way that doesn’t scare them away. I put alfalfa hay in this spot and he decided to rest after eating.