So, Wildlife Wednesday it is!
But first, a little about the equipment. Two of the tree cameras I’m using (Back field, and along the west boundry wall) are Spypoint model IR-10’s. They take photos both day and night, and write to an SD card. The third camera (also from Spypoint) is called TINY-W, which can transmit its images to a receiver set up to 50 yards away. (I’m not as thrilled with this one, but I might not be using it right. Yet.)
So, what did we get this week?
Yeah, that’s our Sweet Cleo, chasing something – something that wasn’t photographed. She got in more than her share of camera-time this week…
This would be considered bad form if we were hunting for anything other than pictures.
There are also a dozen photos of rats…but you don’t want to see those.
Oh, and there were lens flares that would make JJ Abrams drool…but only for a day or two. The sun has since changed position…
Automatic cameras are cool, but sometimes the best finds of the week are gotten the (semi) old-fashioned way: