Bobcat sneaking

A Nikon D7000 camera trap is set up on the edge of a S. Texas pear flat.  The camera trap consists of the camera, 2 Nikon SB-28 flashes with wireless radio triggers, and a wireless motion sensor.

Before the camera trap is left for what could be many weeks, a test shot is fired to be the sure camera, motion sensor and flashes are working correctly.  The camera system is then left for several weeks, quietly capturing photos of whatever passes by.

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A test shot is captured to be sure camera, motion sensor and flashes are working correctly.
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On the second day, a large male bobcat sneaks out of the brush.

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A roadrunner darts by with a prized clump of twigs
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And Mr. Coon makes an appearance too.
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Lighting diagram showing how the equipment is positioned.

 

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