Hairy Trail Cam Pics

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Set up the TC over a small pool in a drainage ditch to see what was drinking there.
Crows seem to be looking directly at the cam.
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Is the lens reflective? Crows love shiny things... Not really.

They're quite intelligent birds either way.

Great Pics Hairyman, I've been keen on getting a trail cam for a while I think this thread just sealed the deal.
 
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Just checked one of my cams and found the weirdest capture for me yet:

[video=youtube_share;44HRbGd7574]http://youtu.be/44HRbGd7574[/video]
 
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Gives a new meaning to the phrase "tight as a frogs a##"
 

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These two were caught on my TC a couple of hundred meters from home yesterday.
Looks like they had been cooling off in a nearby dam. Young, dingo/feral dog crosses.


Ignore the time stamp.
 

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Fantastic! Was that a kill or did you bait for the picture?
 

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Fantastic! Was that a kill or did you bait for the picture?
Found the wallaby dead on its back with its viscera partly eaten on the little used farm track (behind) yesterday.
Not a road kill, I'm not sure how it died, possibly an eagle kill, but the wedgie didn't turn up till later this afternoon.
The eagle moved the carcass around a bit as it ripped bits off.
There was no activity on the kill last night, just crows and the eagle today. Tcam is set up again tonight, hoping for a fox or dingo.
 

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From last night, no foxes or dingoes but this cow had a good sniff around.
 

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A few more visits by some other animals, some were just curious.
A second wedgie, this one much darker than the first, visited very early in the morning.

These torresian crows had their 'meating' interrupted.

A nervous feral cat.

and a whistling kite.

No dingoes or foxes?
 
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