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  1. Woody Meristem

    The Running Log

    Those are from a Browning Strike Force, not the best of my commercial cameras but just the one I happened to put there. The Strike Force does really well at night, but the daytime videos, especially in low light, aren't as good as my Browning Recon Force or Special Ops or my homebrewed video cameras using Olympus VG-140s or my homebrewed Flip HD (the homebrews were built using Ralph's boards).
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    The Running Log

    Three months' videos from an old log -- https://forestandfield.blogspot.com/2019/09/the-running-log.html
  3. The best videos from the a month in the hollow -- https://forestandfield.blogspot.com/2019/09/in-hollow-july-2019.html
  4. The species that used a fallen white pine and/or crossed the log -- https://forestandfield.blogspot.com/
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    A few pics - w/comm cams

    You got a nice mix of critters. That was quite a bargain you got, but those cameras sure have a slow shutter speed.
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    From the Beaver Pond

    The camera trap went back at the beaver pond; some of the results -- https://forestandfield.blogspot.com/2019/07/from-beaver-pond.html
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    Li'l Foxes

    Young red fox at a den beneath a cabin's deck -- https://forestandfield.blogspot.com/2019/05/lil-foxes.html It was really tempting to put a camera trap there. But, having lost a camera last winter, I'm not about to donate a camera to the lowlife types who frequently break into isolated cabins.
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    Winter photos from 2019

    Nice photos from two good cameras.
  9. Somebody's going to get a good deal. Are you switching to commercial cameras or quitting camera trapping altogether? After 25 0r 26 builds and another 10 or 12 hacks, I think I've done my last build; I've really enjoyed homebrews and will be using them for years but the quality of my commercial cameras' (I've now got ten) photos and videos and their smaller size makes me think any new cameras will probably be Browning, Bushnell or Coverts.
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    Lithium-ion batteries

    I use nothing but NMH AA rechargables for my cameras, and rechargables for the boards (most of which run on AAAs). the only exception is for a couple of boards that run on 9-volts, for those I use lithiums in the winter. My rechargables are either 2400 MAHs or more AA Powerex (Imedion), Amazon basics (apparently made in the same factory) and a few old Energizer which are nearing the end of their useful lives -- after more than six years and many, many recharges they're beginning to not hold a charge long enough. The AAAs are Powerex, Energizer, Amazon or Rayovac and I can't see any difference between those four brands.
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    Sw Minnesota trail cam pics 02-03-2019

    Beautiful birds.
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    De bugging

    Some of our woodpeckers do the same thing.
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    First attempt at YouTube

    Nice looking animal. I agree, you would be better off using Vimeo where you can upload up to 5 gb at no charge.
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    Bucks out Back

    Firearms deer season begins the Monday after Thanksgiving and lasts two weeks, so there's no set date -- in 2018 it was November 26 thru December 8. Archery was September 29 thru November 12 and there are archery and flintlock seasons after Christmas into mid-January. Although deer are in season one way or another for a long time, the real pressure is during firearms season when there's a long tradition of staging deer drives with gangs of up to 25 people (although most groups are much smaller).
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    Bucks out Back

    Not from a homebrew, but ... Don't tell me "There ain't no deer." -- https://forestandfield.blogspot.com/2019/01/bucks-out-back.html
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