Trail camera Fawn..

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  1. Zane71464

    Zane71464 Well-Known Member

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    Thanks Highboy. It's just odd to me, that out of all the thousands of TC pics I have, this is the 1st fawn over the years. Ive had the TC set up in alot of places and have seen others that have plenty of fawns on thiers just never got one on mine, for whatever reason...? :banghead::dontknow: :confused:
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    Have you got any wild turkey pictures?My mom and dad say Ohio has alot of wild turkeys in there area now.Nice picture!
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    We do have a lot of Wild Turkey in the area but never set up to get pics of them.
    I did get one at a feeder I had set up (deer feeder) and it was a not so good pic.
    The way the morning sun was hitting the Turkey and the "glare", I had to look really hard
    to see it after uploading it to the pc.
    (the sun was coming up and directly faceing the TC.)
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    AWWWWW!!! Great pic Zane. My dad has a friend who put one up on his place and fer every pic of "wild animals he gets he gets 10 or more of cattle. When he first put it up they'd never seen one and he got a pic of one lickin it.
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    I recently got this picture of a black coyote.

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    And here is another coyote.

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    I got this picture of a nursing fawn.

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    Awesome pics Win73!!! I do like that black coyote pic.

    For whatever reason, right after I got that pic of the fawn, (which is the first since 2009)
    I've been haveing a doe and her two fawns coming up to my feeder. I've got alot on TC, just seems the fawns have been shying away, for whatever reason.
    I do have some TC pics of coyotes, but at a bait/hunt area....and I've found, coyotes are cannibalistic.
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    Never know what you are gonna get on trail cameras. I put mine out a couple weeks ago. All I have gotten were a few does, a spike and a 4 point(one with 3 and a nub on the other side, so he's goin down....) They are logging my buddies place across the road, so I think they have the deer pushed out. Last year I saw 6 bucks in a line with an 8,10, two 6's, 4 point and a spike I think. I shot the 10 but he got away. I've got new braodheads coming if he made it though....
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    enter the contest-do u think the yotes would have gone for u?
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    can u put one of those camera's in your house? can u see the pictures without hooking it up to computer?
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    Beth, most cameras have an SD card that you can remove and plug into your computer, so you can just swap cards and look at the pictures at the house. I have to use a usb adapter to read my card, but some of the newer computers have built in slots to directly plug the cards in. You can also hook the camera up via an AV cable directly to your TV if you want to view them that way, but then you have to have the camera with you, so not many people do it that way. Some cameras will even text you the pictures, but this costs I think and would be annoying if you had grass in front of your camera.
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    thanks for the info so u could hook up this camera in your house?
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