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An european pine marten ("Martes martes") holding in its mouth an Eurasian woodcock ("Scolopax rusticola")
I caught these pictures with my cuddelink system. One is of deer running in formation, the other is a young deer running around with a fanned Tom in the back ground and there is one of a young buck still holding one antler a doe through the snow
This double bearded Tom came down trail following a hen. It's the first time he's been seen on this property.
I had a variety of critters checking out an old den site. I was surprised to see an otter come by.
I put the camera on an old den sight. Even tho it appears that a woodchuck has taken it over, other wildlife like to check it out.
I set up my long range ir along the edge of my food plot in hopes to pattern a group of gobblers. It gave me good info on a pair of toms that were frequently using the area. As I waited in my blind not 50 yards from the camera the pair appeared. Once they reached my comfortable archery range I let an arrow fly. the extremely fast trigger speed caught my Tom as he passed by not once but 2 pictures of him with my arrow still intact. He expired just behind the camera. Thanks to my cuddeback long range ir for making this hunt
I love bobcats and I love Wisconsin's driftless area and together they make great pictures.