This yearling seven posed for more pics than any other deer this fall. I took a first time hunter out the first morning, harvested him at 830 am . A very happy young hunter.
He was often with this little button buck - his " buttons" were actually through he skin, he is either a boone and crocket potential fawn, or a tiny yearling! I looked at alot of photos before I noticed this - at first I thought it was a small doe.
I went through some trail cam pics tonight , and found a few more pretty good ones, thought I'd post a few more. Thousands of pics to sort through in a season - every time I start glancing back through them, I find a few more interesting ones.
I found a better pic of the little piebald spike - the snow in the background seems to really make his white patches stand out.
Couple of better pics of a few of the young bucks.
These pics I found interesting - I had a little bull moose completely addicted to a beet rage salt block. I had my camera set up on the edge of a field, and had lots of deer traveling by it - I just threw out the salt block as an afterthought, to possibly get a deer to stop, and get a better pic, as I had one of my old cameras set up there, with a slow trigger speed. I got hundreds of pictures of this guy over a week long period in early September. He would come in and kneel right down on his front legs to lick it- I dont think I ever did get a pic of a deer licking it, but he sure liked it!
I have some other pics to post - these aren't trail cam pics, just some pics I've taken of critters during my travels in the woods over the last few years - thought somebody may find them interesting.
First up is "old ugly"- my buddy and I saw this old guy several times leading up to moose season in 2012. These pics were taken about a week before moose season, we had the good fortune of watching him feed in a pond for a half hour or so.I must have took 50 pics of him. I don't know if I've ever seen a bigger bodied moose.
I would not recommend getting this close to a cub bear in a tree!
Or two of them!
This old mother partridge had me more worried than the mother bears! She put on a pretty tough act.
Young fall bear.
Close up of porky.
This is the best pic I ever took of an eagle. I came across it one day last winter on a coyote bait, it flew up into an old pine and just looked at me. I returned the next day with my camera, and got a repeat performance, and was able to get a few pics - this was the best one.
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