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Re: Bad predator problem

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Dave H (MI)

06-11-2014 09:12:34

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I have one. Left it set up for over a week in various areas. Only pictures I got were of turkeys. They like the shiny lens and stand in front of it all day. No night time photos yet but still trying. The other thing is that larger predators like coyote and fox are really tough to catch on the trailcam. Either they move faster than the shutter or there is another problem. I have had a camera at the farm for 3 years. Lots of deer, lots of coyote tracks...only pictures of deer. Spooky how they don't get snapped. Only two pics of coyote/fox in three years.

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Billy NY

06-11-2014 10:37:01

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 Re: Bad predator problem in reply to Dave H (MI), 06-11-2014 09:12:34  
That is odd, I'd really want some surveillance information, if I have nothing else to go on, tracks, scat or whatever else. There has to be something out there for this, hopefully not expensive, given those kind of losses, something definitely has knowledge of and will continue targeting prey. On Sunday morning, I fired one round just over the top of a coyote, made a loud crack when it it a small diameter tree behind it, I've heard no howling since, next time it won't fare so well, course I don't have any livestock, but the neighbors do have small dogs.

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