Trail camera

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Some results I got from today´s check (Czech rep., Drahanska highland):



PS: please post some of your pics, if you own and keep running some trail cam
 

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wow great shots bushrangerCZ.

these trail cams are fantastic. There is certainly a good amount of nice healthy game where you live. Are you allowed to hunt in that area?
 

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There are many hunting clubs, and you have to be a member of one, or be invited by somebody who is a member. Plus you have to pass hunter´s classes and exams, which takes around one year - a bit more complicated than in commonwealth countries:)
 

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Great pics. Do you know what sort of Pigs they are?
 

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Great pics. Do you know what sort of Pigs they are?
Yes, in English it´s called Wild boar or Eurasian wild pig, in Czech Prase divoké, in latin "Sus scrofa". For best results, try to google latin name, it´s most exact.
 

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Nice shots bushrangercz. I checked out ya link. Cool stuff.
 

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Nice! never seen trail cams before! good idea though! Just what we need to find our wild panther/puma/very very big wild cat....
 

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A local guy shot a huge red stag not far from here this year when he went out to check his trail camera.I would like to get one to check on the movements of the feral pigs near home now that lambing season is getting close.My son saw a couple of young pigs only 200 yards from our house this arvo.Mmm wild pork!
 

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Bloody fantastic shots.
The use of trail cameras has become quite popular over here with our deer hunters also.
They allow so much to be learned about the species.
I have been thinking of getting one myself soon (which is one of the reasons for my planned 'wilderness trips' next year).
May I ask what make/model camera you're using?
beautiful country.

Bill A.
 

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Great shots once again mate! Im going to have to invest in a few of these.
 

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Didn't know these things exist - great idea. Would even be useful around camp to check wildlife overnight entering camp, or even in the backyard to see what things enter during the night.

Did a quick search on these and the prices.

Can see why buying OS (via Net) pays = in $US can pick one up for about $160/$200, in Oz they wanna charge $450 WTF!!

Happy snapping!
 
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