cool pictures from a wildlife camera trap

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  1. TTUshooter

    TTUshooter New Member

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    I dont know if this has been posted before, my soon to be father in law sent me this e-mail with some neat pics! see if you can name all the species

    Take a look at what shows up at a stock tank in dry weather.

    For those of you that have never hunted in South Texas, sometimes we post motion detector cameras at our feeders/tanks to see what is going on.



    Check out this sequence at a water tank.

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  2. 21bravo

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    like that last one there ttu....:eek::eek::eek:

    you wouldnt be hunting those 2 legged critters around the DFW area would ya??:eek::rolleyes::cool:
     

  3. durk

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    Very Cool Pics!!:)
     
  4. Mr. Nameless

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    How close to the border do live? :D
     
  5. TTUshooter

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    Unfortunatly I cant claim these as original pics. I live in DFW, my Soon to be father in law sent them from and e-mail he was forwarded, so i'm not 100% sure of the exact location of the photos
     
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    Aw thas to bad, and I just read your signature, thats funny. :D:D
     
  7. Marlin T

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    What is that in 4 and 5?
     
  8. yellerdawg

    yellerdawg Former Guest

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    Boy they sure push these cameras on the outdoor channels I watch.

    1. Guess they really help conservatist on thir poulations and such.

    2. On a huntin ranch , get juices flowin from hunters who get to watch whats been passin around the blinds they'll be at. LOL

    Mr. Marlin , 4 and 5 ? I am probably wrong, but I will venture 4- bob tail Linx , 5 - BAdger , Mexican variant.?
     
  9. cycloneman

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    if i am not mistaken this last photo is of the

    mexikanis illegalus maxamus

    they used to be rare in these parts but now their mulitplying like wildfire.
    They go around depleating the earth of everything it has to offer. Kind of like Locust.
     
  10. TTUshooter

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    pic 4 and 5 is a Coati Mundi if i'm not mistaken. Relative of the racoon.
     
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    gdmoody Moderator Supporting Member

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    In regard to that last picture, isn't it illegal to be baiting your field like that!!
     
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    Indeed it is, thanks for the information.

    It seems that some in the world have these critters as pets. Humm?

    I wonder what happened to that guys tail? Maybe those Mexicans got it as a momento during their trip.
     
  14. Vladimir

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    In Spokane we recently started filling squirrel holes with propane and detonating them. I highly recommend figuring out how to adapt this technology for the critters Cyclone identified. It might take a lot more propane though.

    On a second thought, surely there is a reason we haven't signed on to the land-mine ban. It's ethical to put them around Guantanamo? Why not the border? I mean I feel terrible saying it, but what is this country coming to when ideas for protecting our border sound so bad?
     
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