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We point our camera at the water dish which gathers a lot of interest in the desert Southwest, especially at night. This Great-horned Owl comes often for a drink and a bath.
I was really surprised when I checked My camera the other day, almost as surprised as these deer. The screech owl appears to be dive bombing the deer. I was really amazed when I saw this picture.
Saw this guy cross the road in front of me early one morning. At first I thought it was a dog, luckily my wife was with me to verify my story. Several days later he showed up on my camera. We call these "Piebald Deer". A few days after this picture was taken another piebald walked through my front yard around noon, this one was a doe. Haven't seen either one since.
seeing phesants lately so put out my cuddeback and was plesantly surprised what we found. The wife loves the birds and now have a use for her to use the cameras. Surprised as to the Phesants in a non typical phesant area. It's great to have another use for them in W WI Whitetail Country.
pics are of a bobcat chasing off a coyote protecting a beaver carcass and coyote trying to chase off the bobcat.
The first is a picture of the biggest buck I ever got a picture of, he later discovered the camera and continued to pose for shots from all angles. The second picture is of a small buck that I had been seeing for weeks, he discovered the camera and decided to take a selfie. The third is a picture of one of three unicorns that visited my corn pile.
Just thought this was a neat action shot of a bounding deer taken with a Cuddy black light camera. Great camera response time for a night time photo.