Wednesday, December 6, 2017

Interesting Pictures From One Critter Camera For Novermber 2017



Out of thousands of pictures from only one of our critter cameras on the property, here are a few interesting pictures for November 2017. 
Female Doe and Possum


Bobcat Crossing Our Dam 


Young Buck (Male)

Young Buck (Male), AKA: Half Rack!!!

2 Female Doe and Crows on Dam with Frost

Female Doe and Possum

2 Females on Dam Eating Apples and Corn

2 Female Doe's on Dam Eating Apples and Corn


Were Back!!!

3 Female Doe's  Feeding

Another Buck (Male) on the Dam

Young Female Doe, and a Fat Possum

Coyote Snooping.....Looking for Food!

4 Deer on the Dam Feeding

Young Buck (Male)

Nice Looking Full Grown Buck (Male)



Young Buck (Male) with 2 Female Doe


Large Buck (Male) with 1 Female Doe

Young Buck (Male), AKA: Strange Rack

Nice Looking Buck (Male)

Female Doe with Buck (Male)

It's Back!!!

Young Doe and Crow (He just had to get in the picture)



Nice Looking Buck (Male)

2 Young Doe Playing and a Blue Jay

Doe (Mama) and Yearling

Couple of Pictures with Young Doe and Bird on Ground and Flying


Squirrels and Yearling

Young Doe and Young Buck Playing (More Like Bow Chicka Bow Wow)

Older Buck Watching a Yearling

Young Buck (Male) with Older Buck (Male)





Young Buck (Male) AKA: Curly Rack with Doe

Blue Jay Convention







14 comments:

  1. Okay, what's with the deer/possum duo? Looks like things are hopping at night on your place! I have a trail camera but have yet to figure it out properly. Plus, I have to aim it so I don't get cars in the mix. xoxo

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    1. Susan,

      I just think the possum and deer duo are very young therefore, they're not afraid of each other. It's adorable to watch when they're out feeding. Things are hopping all times of the day.....
      We have this particular game camera on a t-post and we aim it each time we lay feed down toward the feed.

      Hugs, and Love
      Sandy

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  2. You have some pretty impressive bucks out there. Thanks for the pictures.

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    1. Mike,

      We had others.....I'm sure they were killed off from hunters (not on our property). We will hunt but no where near this area. Hunting on our property will be next year, out on the back acreage. There's no hunting by the house, it's a safe zone (our rules).

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  3. I was wondering the same thing as Susan! Interesting camera to have. It's nice to know what local wildlife you've got. Dan wishes we had a camera like that, to ID varmints that kill our chickens!

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    1. Leigh,

      It is a very interesting camera to have. We have cameras scatter throughout our property to see whats going on. We also walk the property every day at various times just to make sure we have no trespassers. My husband keeps an eye on the computer for sales on critter cameras. You'd be surprised on the deals you can find for cameras with infrared capabilities. Our even video capabilities. We refuse to pay full price on cameras. Keep an eye out, you'll find great deals.

      Hugs,
      Sandy

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  4. Sandy the doe and the Possum are cracking me up. I will have to show those to the boys, ND will love seeing that. Such a cute little duo.

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    1. Senior and Glock Mom,

      It's amazing how good they're together out there eating food. They respect each others space. It's funny to watch them.

      Hugs and Love,
      Sandy

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  5. Sandy, those pictures are spectacular. What kind of camera are you using? 😃

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    1. Harry,
      Thanks! This camera is from Wild Game Innovations, I believe it's the T8120 with inferred. Hubby purchased several from Wild Game at a special price one day. We have 4 different type of game cameras at various prices, all from different vendors. This one is one of the better cameras. We have it setup on a t-post and aim it directly for the food we place down on our dam.

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  6. Wonder if the Doe & possum have become friends. Looks like they come to the feed plot together. Great pics. I want to upgrade our Moultrie camera to a better one, some day.

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