Trail Camera Images

Fun time with my Browning trail camera (Model BTC-5HD). The camera sits on a tripod, and I usually clip the strap around a tree trunk. I’m waiting for a javelina or a bobcat, and either one could tip the ‘pod. I set up just after dark. Some mornings the disc has zero images.  A few days ago, the shutter had triggered 70 times.

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The desert has few watering holes. Birds fly in for a drink.

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Coyotes prowl for food during the night. Rabbits run!

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Mickey, the mouse sniffed about and ran home head first. 

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First rabbit image with trail camera.

 

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“Let’s hop on over to the water dish.”

3 thoughts on “Trail Camera Images

  1. susanenholm32 March 26, 2018 / 11:02 am

    Thanks, David. Lots of activities during the night. Want to see one of the Big Five taking a drink.

    Like

  2. smilecalm March 25, 2018 / 1:11 pm

    what a wonderful way
    to be connected
    with nocturnal
    co-inhabitants, susan 🙂

    Like

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