"There are some who can live without wild things and some who cannot." - Aldo Leopold

Wednesday, July 27, 2011

July Trail Camera Photos

The Covert Camera was deployed for a week on a feeder in Sarasota County. The next generation of game animals is taking full advantage of the corn - as are the parents.

This fawn and doe were photographed numerous times.

Good picture of a doe. Would love to get some buck pictures. They tend to hang on the edges of the fields and ignore the corn.

Always plenty of hogs...

And more hogs...

I think I shot this one last night (story next week).

Hey, little guy!

And this puts a smile on my face. 2011's hatch of Osceolas. Young now, but it looks like a fair number have survived in this flock!!!

And then I got these photos and realized something was wrong.

The kind lady at Covert gave me the information to send it back under warranty.

Normally I'd gripe and complain, but this unit has been in the woods almost non-stop since last September on four different properties. It endured the coldest winter I can remember in FL. It didn't melt through one of the hottest April's and May's in recent years, and finally slogged through almost non-stop rain in June and early July. All of this while taking thousands of pictures and only one change of batteries.

Not too bad.

I can't wait to get it back. May just buy another.


Unknown said...

Love the turkey shots!

Anonymous said...

Great pics Ian! We love our little Covert here and we put it through all that Wisconsin can dish out without a problem yet (knock on wood) curious to know what they think/know when wrong with it though.

Oh and by the way, nice huntin' shoes! lol!

Ian Nance said...

I bring the fashion with me wherever I go

bow_dad said...

Sure is nice to see someone get some pics of some young birds. I havn't heard anyone say anything bad about those Coverts yet...

Anonymous said...

I like the last picture, a man in the wild.