Night Visions

We see deer every night, and often see raccoons and skunks.  Isn’t often we see them all together like this.  The skunk and the ‘coon are literally rubbing shoulders in the one picture.

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Time for another trail camera show

Mrs J took the chip out to the camera yesterday afternoon, brought it back in just now.  The pictures it captured made me giggle a little.  Jack is at the border of the garden in the background when a doe walks up to the feeder area.  He watches for a minute or two before he gets up.  Pretty sure the deer didn’t see him at first and ran when she did.  Only then did Jack rouse himself.  Of only technical interest perhaps, but I can see where the camera (on automatic) upped the ISO speed-the picture turns grainy.  There are a few after dark infrared pics of raccoons at the feeder.  I can see a pair of eyes in about the same spot that Jack occupied earlier.  It may be him watching the ‘coons, dunno.

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Critter Cam

Activity has slowed a lot since the weather has warmed.  We get as many ‘coons as deer.  A coyote makes an appearance.  Here are captures from three nights, interrupted by Mrs J as she tends to the bird feeders.  She grabs the chip from the camera while she’s at it.  Usually we get it back into the camera before evening, sometimes we forget.

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Slow Night at the Critter Bar

Mrs J just brought in the memory chip from the trail camera, it was a slow night.  No deer came, or at least no deer tripped the sensor.  We had a couple of raccoons and Mr Wile E Coyote made an appearance.

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