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    Elite Member Bob77064's Avatar
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    Default Re: Couple of red foxes

    Great pictures, we see both coyotes and foxes here.

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    Default Re: Couple of red foxes

    Here is one my game camera caught back in Jan.

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    Default Re: Couple of red foxes

    Cool picts!
    Thanks.

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    Default Re: Couple of red foxes

    Not many foxes left in Southern Ohio it seems. I think there is a large list of declining numbers in fox,grouse,rabbits in my area due to top of the food chain coyote.They're pretty well unopposed except for hunting. don-ohio (:^)

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    Default Re: Couple of red foxes

    I really enjoy watching foxes too. Here was one (kids named him Felix) that was hunting mice in the backyard a couple of weeks ago.

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    Default Re: Couple of red foxes

    Quote Originally Posted by Tollster View Post
    Glad ya'll liked them, my wife and I watch one of them for around 20 minutes when he was young, he checked out every chuck hole on the side of the hill very near to this location. I just got the game cam and wanted the try it out. Very happy with it so far, particularly the batteries usage.
    Nice night pics. Thanks for sharing. I bought a new game camera last fall. Game cameras have come a long way in the last couple of years.
    I used to do the Hokey Pokey but I turned myself around.

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    Default Re: Couple of red foxes

    Thanks have not seen a fox in years. Cool pics.

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    Default Re: Couple of red foxes

    Thanks, So far I am over 200 photos and on the same set of batteries since December 22nd, they are still reading 98%, not bad considering the subzero temps we had so far this year.
    It was the primary reason I got the reconyx camera, although it was expensive. In the past my older cuddeback would be done after 2 weeks and maybe 20 images.
    They claim one set of 12 lithium's "AA" are good for almost 10,000 images, so I suspect I could leave it for months, I still need to toy with the sensitivity as I capture blue jays midflight and falling snow off limbs, but overall I am happy. Like Whilslepig said though, the technology can only get better for other brands and hopefully reduce the price. The reconyx also came with nice software, combined with a google earth high res overlay, so you can place your images for tracking over the course of the year.
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    Default Re: Couple of red foxes

    Some of the neighborhood cats I caught this past week.


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    Default Re: Couple of red foxes

    Nice photos! I need to put my camera back out. It's not doing me any good in the closet. I got mine last fall. It has probably taken at least 4,000-5,000 pics on the same set of (12) alkaline batteries. Still shows 50% battery life. Pretty amazing battery life compared to the old one I bought five years ago. I program mine to take a photo every five minutes during the morning and evening hours. When I pull the SD card every weekend I will have 400+ photos on it.
    I used to do the Hokey Pokey but I turned myself around.

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