This is a good feeding area for deer; they like places like this with green leaves year round, and plenty of cover in which to hide.
This is a good spot, but a little too popular with squirrels, so I moved it in order to avoid spending so much time deleting pictures of them.
This was a good spot but moved this camera to spread them out a little farther.
This spot has been really good for a few years, especially for bucks, they really like to scent mark on that low hanging branch.
If you are new to using trail cameras, it’s easy to become frustrated when checking cameras and finding out that many – or even most – of the pictures are blurry or poorly exposed. Don’t be; your camera is on its own in the elements, and you have no control over what nature will dishContinue reading “Blurry and Poorly Exposed Pictures”
Sitka Blacktail Bucks on Revillagigedo and Gravina Island in Southeast Alaska
I set this camera in December but when I checked it I found someone else’s camera near by so even though there was plenty of action I moved it. The new spot I found for this camera
Sitka Blacktail Deer feeding and passing through a patch of salal in SE Alaska, January – Early May
This camera has been really good for bucks, I have no idea why it’s better than the other cameras in this area for male deer.
Spent a couple of days wandering around the rainforest near Ketchikan checking and moving cameras. Set a camera here. A variety of critters should show up, including the usual deer and black bear; plus otters, mink, beaver and more. Security boxes with twisty ties help to prevent bears from damaging cameras. Cutting a small notchContinue reading “Checking Cameras”