Trail Cam Pics Sept-Dec 2012

I thought it would be entertaining to post an ongoing thread of trailcam photos here. These are photos & videos of skunks, coons, birds, deer, hogs, coyotes, or whatever else passes in front of the camera.

The cameras used are Bushnell Trophy Cam HD 8M trail cameras housed inside an indestructible 10 gauge steel Camlock box.

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4 thoughts on “Trail Cam Pics Sept-Dec 2012

  1. These are great! I live in town, and we are overrun with rodents. I never thought of using a “cam” to see what’s breaking out of my live trap at night. Yes, breaking out!

    1. Been there! I’ll bet it’s a big coon that squeezes in and then backs out with the trap door resting on his back. We raise a lot of chickens in pasture and it never ceases to amaze me at how creative varmints are when they find something they want. Given enough time, I think a coon could pick a lock.

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