Sunday, August 28, 2011

You Never Quite Know What You are Going to Get

I think I have mentioned that hunting season is almost upon us.  If I am not mistaken, bow season is mere days away.  We use trail cams on our farm to track and document the deer population.  Usually we get some really interesting photos.  Not only of deer, but skunks, raccoons, and once a hawk. 


When Secret Agent Man and The Deerslayer went to check the camera recently they found a unique photograph. 



Yes, a few of our cows found the camera.  

Not the picture they were hoping for, but it gave us a chuckle anyway.  If you want to see some serious trail cam pics I suggest you check out Joe.  His captures are fantastic. 

33 comments:

  1. It's always fun to get bovine pics on your camera :). LOL!!

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  2. How funny! I can almost hear the one saying to the other, "Hurry up, I want a turn before Mom and Dad come"!

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  3. I wouldn't worry unless the cows start singing into the camera.

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  4. Interesting way to document and tracking the wild !

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  5. tee hee! i enjoyed yours too! :)

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  6. LOVE Joe's pics! Yours too. It's kind of interesting to see just who your neighbors are out here in the boonies!

    Good luck to your hunters!

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  7. Funny. And I like the idea of trail cams. No one in my family hunts but it would be nice to set them up on the farm and just see what they record. If you don't mind me asking, where did you get your cameras? Have a great week!

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  8. Beautiful deer! Hope they elude the arrows. :-)

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  9. Loved the deer pic and the cow sure was checking out the camera!

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  10. The cattle are always curious, especially when there's something new to eat in the area. Fun photos! :)

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  11. I have never seen anything like this!

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  12. Bow season started today here in Az...needless to say my hubby left this morning for four days...I'm thinking we are both going to enjoy our time...lol..

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  13. Very nice slice of life you have over there:)

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  14. Funny..but hey, you do eat beef..so technically still hunting pics? ;)

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  15. What a great way to know for sure what animals are in the area.

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  16. I love trail cam pics, I hope to get my back out very soon. As far as yours I get you have your choice of either venison or beef.

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  17. Haha! This is hilarious! SIlly cows :)

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  18. and I guess they did have a moment of shock...This happened to my husband and grandson this past year. they too were a bit surprised. good laughs!
    Shug

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  19. Life itself. Thank you for these nice images. Please have a good Tuesday you all.

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  20. Great idea! I guess the cows didn't want to be left out!

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  21. made me smile...made me think of my hubby...one of our friends had set up a camera on our property in the country...he was doing some deer hunting there...we had stopped by to show our property to my dad...hubby saw the camera and gave him the california wave...boy was our friend surprised when he looked back at it...hoping for deer...but not quite what he got..

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  22. I love it...I do enjoy Joe's captures.

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  23. Haha -- good stuff! Years ago, I saw some trail pics here in Florida of black bears. Very cool.

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  24. Deer cams are wonderful I always smile when I look at Joe's photos. I do like cows though. B

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  25. Oh yea, Joe's blog rocks! Looks like your camera is getting just as many "surprises" as his does hahah.

    Two more days until our bow season starts! woo-hoo!

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  26. I like it. As they say, animals are not daft !

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