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Cindy DeMotto

Elkins, WV
02/11/2019

Each year I set my Cuddeback cameras out to capture Golden Eagles. It never disappoints-I always get amazing pictures.

David Lewis

Chicora, PA
02/10/2019

This is a sampling of summertime bucks that are enjoying a new planting of Red Clover that was planted as a cover crop for winter wheat that was harvested in July. The deer are still browsing the clover in February.

Dave Hurst

Golden, CO
02/10/2019

New Fawn strolls across the patio.

Dave Hurst

Golden, CO
02/10/2019

Photo taken near my outdoor patio!

denver tyler

hallstead, PA
02/10/2019

staked a beaver cercus in a area that a eagle was watching me on my trap line , weeks earlier the pair took a small raccoon that I had caught . my plan was to get a picture of a really large coyote that's been running the creek bottoms.

Garland Mahan

Woodville, MS
02/09/2019

I can almost tell what this deer is but maybe you can. The cuddeback camera's are not what they used to be. The older models took great photos at night but this is the kind of photos that I get now with four of my camera's. Very disappointed. But, what if I win a new camera with this photo.!!!! p.s. I will not be buying any more cuddeback camera's and also telling my friends about how their quality has greatly degraded.

David Hopkins

Easton, PA
02/09/2019

I put out this block and once this buck got wind of it, guarded it for two weeks until it was gone. H only let certain deer eat from it.

David Hopkins

Easton, PA
02/09/2019

I put out this block and once this buck got wind of it, guarded it for two weeks until it was gone. H only let certain deer eat from it.

David Hopkins

Easton, PA
02/09/2019

Here we have a squirrel that liked to steal my deer food from my feeder. Well this Hawks been watching this for some time waiting and waiting, finally the squirrel stuck his head in and went for the last of the feed. it was empty well opportunity at last. This is the onl picture with anything in the fram, it happened that fast.

Kevin Dahl

Brookings, SD
02/07/2019

Picture 1: These two does appear to be in a heated disagreement. I wonder if that fawn in the background did something to upset one of the does and it's mother is being protective. Very fun picture to find. I love my Cuddeback and all of the 1000s of images I have gotten from it over the years. Picture 2: A doe and yearling whitetail sharing some body heat to stay warm during a spring snow storm.