For your voyeuristic impulses, here are this month’s trail camera photos. The Covert Cam has endured the last few weeks lording over a feeding station on a private ranch in Sarasota County, FL.
This particular section is thick – thick with vegetation, thick with hogs, thick with deer.
It is a popular draw for hunters here.
I’m thankful I still have my camera.
Hogs are a plentiful, as I mentioned. Here’s a fine boar.
This is a big pig.
And a young boar.
The turk-a-lurks frequent this area, too, though no tom pictures this go-round. They have largely moved into the fields and transition areas to strut. A few of the ladies stopped by, however.
And deer, finally. As I wrote in last month’s installment, the deer don’t really hit the feeders too hard. Besides keeping a Big Brother eye on the feeder, there’s a major trail here the deer use.
You can’t see the stand from this view, but trust me this deer looks like it would be arrow-rific if I had been sitting in it. Keep this in mind come August.
That’s about all the pics for today, boys and girls. See ya next time.