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BillytheKid

Wildlife Game Camera Photos

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About 3/4 of game cam pics are leaves or twigs falling, or the brazillion bird or squirrels skittering by. Here are the best of the ones we captured:

Enjoy!

Bill

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You got some great pictures!

I really like the way you set up that slide show!

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Nice!

Looks like you got a Fischer!

That last bit looks like Sierra Nevada just south of Yosemite at 5,000-7,000 ft.

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We are thinking it's not an otter, because there are no rivers near by. So, that leaves Marten, Mink, or Weasle...or it could be that rare hybrid...the Weamarink...lol

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Very nice, Thanks for sharing.

Was that really Sasquach?

I heard he was out there.

Tom

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Very cool with lots of variety not to mention up close and personnal. Thanks for sharing.

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Always amazing to see how many different species walk right over the same path, just at different times.

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Cool! Did the Bears chew on your camera's?

Yes. We put them into the special steel lock boxes, but they still chewed on them.

I think one of those critters was a hybrid...a Bigsquatch...

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I figured by the pictures they had. They are curious and will try to get in to any thing for a bite to eat, There is getting to be a lot of fishers in CA too. We have been catching them with dogs in places they never were before. They planted them to kill the porcupines. They kill the porcupines and every thing else too.

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1 question and 1 observation:

Q: What height did you set your camera(s) at?

O: Somebody needs a bear tag.

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there were 4 different cameras, and they were placed between 2-3 feet from the bottom of the steel box to the ground.

Yup, bear tag, I had one last year, but didn't see a thing.

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Really neat photos. That bear seems like he was on to you....

Yeah, huh...well, the steel box really protected the cams well.

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