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    Michigan Yooper
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  • #2
    Is that a bobcat or a lynx??

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    • Ron Kelley
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      Female Bobcat

  • #3
    Those are near Ron

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    • #4
      Also, is that a wolf or a coyote? The coyotes here might hit 40-45 pounds, and I know they get bigger up north...

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      • Ron Kelley
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        That's a Wolf. The Coyote population is way down from what it was. The wolves kill them.

    • #5
      Looks like all good eating to me !

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      • #6
        Nice variety of critters in the 'hood Ron - the wolf, and the coons being stalked by deer, being my favorites. Great use of the gif format also!
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        • #7
          Hey Ron . Great post. I feel like I just watched..Marlin Perkins...from the 60s and 70s . Cool stuff

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          • Kentucky point
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            I watched him all the time. Mutual of Omaha'a Wild Kingdom?

        • #8
          Those are incredible pics! I love the eagle, and the blue jay was funny!

          Michigan seems very diverse in wildlife.

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          • Ron Kelley
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            Hey Ethan, I got a kick out of the Blue Jay's landing gear.

        • #9
          I have been wondering when you would post more. I love seeing these Ron. Thanks for sharing. That Blue Jay pic is very cool. It must have perched right on the camera and then flew of away.
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          • Ron Kelley
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            Thanks Matt,
            I would like to share some info on file size. I cropped the pictures and reduced each to 500 pixels wide. Here you see 17 pictures in one file and still the file size is not too large to post.

          • Ron Kelley
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            Today's cameras take pictures with a huge file size. Changing the file size setting on your camera is a good start.

        • #10
          Great post love the wild life pics .

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          • #11
            I always enjoy seeing trail cam pics .Those were great!

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            • #12
              I love the beautiful animals and birds. Let's see more.

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              • #13
                . How did I ever miss this . I love my trail cams !! Ron are those your pics in your area . Not a place to walk without a weapon to me .
                Really like this good job. What is interesting is the day shots .
                I had 15 turkeys and now just-a couple and I think it’s that
                giant bobcat . I do find piles of feathers but it could be the hawks. I have a cooper that will fly in front of me just to check me out I think . She is going after nothing .

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                • Ron Kelley
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                  Hey Tamara, Yes these are all animals on my land. The only critters that ever made me nervous were a PACK of wolves. A lone wolf is never a problem.
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