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Derek Ryder Jul 28
I said I should check my front yard more often. Here's today, about 90 minutes ago.
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Diane - Rabbit Jul 23
Not all things that pass by the culvert are wild. πŸ˜„πŸšΆβ€β™€οΈπŸ•πŸ•πŸ•πŸˆ
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Kristy K. Aug 11
Great footage, ! Perfect example of ’ fine video!
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USFWS Southwest Jul 12
These pups are here to give you that with their cuteness. 2 of the seven pups seen here via a were cross-fostered into the pack earlier this year. The Service and our partners are glad to see them all doing well!
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Diane - Rabbit Jul 25
It's a brief glimpse but the culvert caught a sneaky peek at a sneaky mink. It looks small to me so a young one I think???
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Eileen Schuh Aug 20
Not every day one encounters a fisher
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LLaRock Aug 20
Anyone remember "Boots" ??...13 months later.....he turned into an odd "buck" πŸ˜‚
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Cimarron Ranch Aug 12
Sure hope our new neighbor isn’t a door-to-door salesmen.
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Viv K Jul 18
Love the colours of these bears …. so similar to a mom & cub we had visit our area a few years back! Such a great capture. 🐻😍
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Derek Ryder 7h
Replying to @viv_iam @Moultrie
Free software like Timelapse2 (PC only) assist with image classification. For instance, you can select 2 photos to see what pixels in the photos are different. Great for back to back pic comparisons to find hidden things.
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Champbuck Aug 7
Cams starting to get interesting! Dilly Dilly looking solid!
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WorkCabin πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦ Canada's Conservation Jobs Board Mar 26
ICYMI: My footage of an opossum
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Jeff Wirth Jul 29
Check out who passed by my camera over a 3 day period. It’s always so interesting how aware wildlife are of cameras in their environment.
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Welsh Artist - Chris Chalk Jul 17
Never know what's wandering around your garden at night.
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CPW NE Region Jul 22
This bull elk snackin' in front of the . In habitat containing a moderate amount of moisture, the preferred browse of elk include aspen stands, willow communities & moist meadows. Forbs become increasingly important in the late spring & summer, grasses dominate the fall.
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LLaRock Aug 7
Been pretty lucky this week with trail cameras. Only the second time in my life I got a badger on camera. And I will name him "Bucky" 😁 These are 'caps from a video.
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Viv K Jun 1
Some captures are stunning …. here is one that I think fits that description! It has been a little over a month since a big cat showed up, and what a beauty this one is❣️ 🦁🦁
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SuburbanTrailcam Aug 21
What do you think this is? Raccoon? Opossum?
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HoosierHunter Feb 13
Anyone have any clue what might be going on with the back on this shed buck?
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Jamey S Aug 21
If I wasn’t already excited about this upcoming deer season, this week’s phots have got me FIRED UP! Who’s got their cameras up and patterning their bucks?!
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