While walking in the woods this spring I found a spot where it looked like a bear had been bedding. I set my camera up there and this is what I got. The pic looks a bit funny because it was early morning with low light and the camera shot in night mode. It would have been nice to see the pic in color but I think it looks great just as it is.
Deer can disapear
I have no idea how this picture was taken it is not a double exposure. This is the second year I have pictures of this buck from and he is significantly taller this year.
buck and a fawn in alfalfa field
An unusual picture of a Sow Bear with her cubs. The sow and one of the cubs are brown, and the other cub is black! My trail cam snapped this interesting picture in the Wasatch Mountains above Provo, UT.
Bathing Boo Boo
After a hard day of eating huckleberries, Boo Boo’s mom told him that he needed to clean up a little before heading home. I captured this photo in Blue Mountains of Washington State of this color phased bear taking a bath in a tank fed from a natural spring in the National forest. The camera was intended for scouting elk before the 2010 archery season, but you never know what you will see? Enjoy!
Caught this on the trail cam. My wife recently took the third deer back with all the wild points.
I’ve gotten a few pictures of one or two pigs at a time in the past few years, but nothing like this. It’s like they are all set up for a dinner line. They show up every day like clockwork. Does anyone else suddenly have a craving for bacon?
Just so happen to catch these two bucks making out on camera….
fox with prey
they must be better at hunting than most of us
camera is set on a mineral lick
I Got You Now !
Big 8 finally found the stealth cam … He seems very angry !
He denfinately not shy we have 10-15 pics of this guy, usually at night but this is definately not the best of his antlers but a pretty sweet pic none the less
Deer Meets Three Coons
Not sure how this ended up … But it seems to be some kind of stand-off?
Not a bad spot to hang a tree stand, eh? Have seen both bucks on several pictures, but this was the most interesting. Possibly brothers?
Doe staring down a skunk.
I had my moultrie camera up in the mountains of southwest Virginia and got this awesome photo.
cant wait till the season starts
A good stretch
A small spike buck stretching out.
can you get any closer?
much closer and he’d be changing my flash card for me
LEAVE MY BUCK ALONE! SISTER!
Leave my buck alone! Sister! Caught on my deer cam just to the right of my deer stand.tCalhoun
What are YOU looking at?!
This turkey wanted his close up.
I own freerange land in Colorado and was surprised to see Bison, it was a large herd and may have been from a local rancher, I am not sure who they belong to but I was very excited to get them on my Scoutguard 560V.
The Deer Family
This is a shot in early August where my food plot is located of a Mother deer with her 2 fawns and maybe Dad hangin’ with them.
I expect this 5×5 to do most of the breeding this year on my place. Have both of his sheds from last year.
Dancing UNDER the Stars
These two bucks have already dropped their antlers and decided to box a little under the stars.
was very shocked to see this cat when i was flipping through my pics. might try to take it when the Ky. bobcat season opens
bambi and his dad
I have a couple pictures of this deer now. REALLY nice size for PA
Doe At Dusk
Here’s a picture of a nice down that came into the food plot just as the sun was setting.
450 lb black bear
Nice big buck
King of the Corn
Apparently these two bucks were having some problems with sharing the corn.
A small fawn close up checking out the camera.
elk seasons gonna be great!
too bad it doesn’t start even remotely soon
Brown Chicken Brown Cow
I guess the hogs were using my camera to make some X rated movies.
goofy buck eating corn
Scrapping Bucks: Big vs Little
A trail cam set by a feeder to see what was around. The deer on the left is a nice ten point while the deer on the right is small six.
First part of September in Kansas and the cover is thick. Sometimes you really have to look at the pics close to see what you’ve got.
Doe in-your-face pic.
This Northern Illinois Buck has Split Browtines & Split G2s … Hope he hangs in the area until this falls archery season.
For a little guy you sure got a big stink
Just got this off my trail cam, thought it looked funny
wierd looking buck
first picture of a big buck for 2010
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