Posts from the ‘Videos’ category
Fly tying, fly fishing, & outdoor videos
A pair of javelinas (collard peccaries) are captured with a Nikon D7200 video camera trap. The camera records 20 seconds of video when triggered by animal motion. This was an experiment to test whether the camera/motion sensor would work.
Hummingbirds are fascinating little creatures. Filmed with an iPhone placed against a kitchen window.
A male bobcat strolls down the edge of a small pond in the South Texas Brush Country.
Time lapse of setting up DSLR camera traps in the South Texas Brush Country, May 2017.
Wildlife attracted to a water hole in the South Texas Brush Country.
Wildlife passing through a South Texas creek bottom over the course of a week in April, 2017.
A bobcat gets a drink from a dwindling pool of water in a South Texas creek bed.
Here’s a short video clip of wild hogs moving through a slough at night. Shot with a Bushnell Trophy Cam HD trail camera. Kind of creepy…
Here are a few short video clips of bumblebees and butterflies buzzing around giant sunflowers and zinnias. The camera used was a GoPro Hero 3 Black Edition set on WVGA 240 fps and then rendered to 30 fps on the iPad Tiltshift Video app.
Longnose gar sometimes leap impressively when hooked. Here is a short clip of a longnose catching some summer air at Canyon Lake.
Flyfishing for longnose gar, Canyon Lake, TX