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Coyote or Timber Wolf? This Picture was taken near Beaver, WI I personally have never seem a Timber wolf in this area. Just wondering what you think. Most people that I have asked say it is a Timber Wolf, however a few say it could be a coyote.
GOT THIS PICTURE OF LARGE GOBBLER I THOUGHT YOU WOULD LIKE TO SEE A WEEK AGO.
I REALIZE YOUR CONTEST MAY BE OVER BUT I JUST PUCHASED YOUR CAMERA A COUPLE OF WEEKS AGO AND THOUGHT YOU WOULD BE INTERESTED IN THESE PHOTOS. FIRST PICTURE IS OF LARGE MALE BLACK BEAR AT 1:10am THEN THE NEXT PICTURE TAKEN ONE MINUTE LATER SHOWS 2 LARGE MALES FIGHTING. IT IS BREEDING SEASON HERE IN PA.
I had been using your camera to help me scout Turkey movement and had left it up after my season was done. When I went to retrieve it I found this picture on it. Looks like there is still a nice one left for next year.
The interesting thig about the two bucks in the first photo is that I had rattled both of them in and capured them on video earlier in the year. The second picture is a very vare sight of a deer standing on its hind legs (not sure wether or not it is a button buck). The third is a demonstartion of the dominance of the buck in the photo (he has already dropped his antlers). I know its way to late for the contest, however if you feel any of them are worthy enoguh to be displaed on the website that would be an honor. Thanks, Gary Lewis.