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Aaron Kirkpatrick

Viola, KS
04/15/2018

Spring Turkey Season.

JOHN BAZILE

TIGERTON, WI
04/13/2018

A TOM TURKEY TRYING TO IMPRESS A YOUNG WHITETAIL .

Gary Kraszewski

Green Bay, WI
04/12/2018

Although spring is off to a slow start in Wisconsin, Ruffed Grouse are using their drumming logs.

Ron White

Lancaster, NH
04/12/2018

Drumming Season in NH

Justin Jamison

Colby, KS
04/11/2018

This was my first experience with Cuddeback cameras and decided to place it on one of my favorite transition areas to see what deer were still holding on to their antlers. Eagles are not common in this part of the country, and to see such a beautiful Golden Eagle in action like this was definitely a once in a lifetime capture. This picture is an awesome representation of the super fast trigger speed of the Cuddeback and a testament to the exceptional clarity of the camera.

William Dynes

mauston, WI
04/11/2018

Just getting ready to see what turkeys were out there and these came though. These camers are the best thing when trying to find out where the deer and turkeys are going.

Roger Samuels

Monroe Township, PA
04/10/2018

The Feeding Station held a record attendance with nine whitetail showing up for the feast.

Herb Searson

Perry, OH
04/10/2018

I pulled my cards this past weekend and found the following interesting situation. I place some corn out once a week for the deer in the off-season. Most of the season there has been a 9 point buck chasing off everything from other buck, does, and some raccoon at this corn feeding / camera site. I have him stomping other deer and fending off the raccoon with his antlers throughout the season. After 3 frames of this encounter - the deer on the left forced the deer on the right to retreat.

Ron Arlesic

West Farmington, OH
04/10/2018

I have been watching a couple of does raise their young for the past few years. They frequent the end of the woods at the bottom of the pines on the back of my land. They come and go and get together often gathering at the small corn piles I put out during the winter. This picture is very recent and was quite taken back by how remarkably they have come together so closely to share their meal with each other. I felt compelled to share this with your website and your subscribers

Ron White

Lancaster, NH
04/10/2018

N.H. Ruffed Grouse have started got to fix AM & PM mixed up on time opps That would be a great option to be able to use 24 hour time if you wanted hint hint .