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    Default Re: Some Northern Arizona Game Pics

    Thanks for posting.
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    Default Re: Some Northern Arizona Game Pics

    Looks a lot like my property. Where are you? I'm about 15 miles SW of Seligman.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoFuller View Post
    Looks a lot like my property. Where are you? I'm about 15 miles SW of Seligman.
    I am in Williamson Valley, about 40 miles south of Seligman. About 4,800 elevation

    Up in Seligman they killed one of THE LARGEST mountain lions ever caught on record in the state of Arizona. It was one HUGE CAT.

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    Default Re: Some Northern Arizona Game Pics

    Quote Originally Posted by Pettrix View Post
    I am in Williamson Valley, about 40 miles south of Seligman. About 4,800 elevation
    One of these days I'm going to take the Williams Valley Road from up near our place down to Prescott. I know it's way shorter, but will probably take just as long or longer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoFuller View Post
    One of these days I'm going to take the Williams Valley Road from up near our place down to Prescott. I know it's way shorter, but will probably take just as long or longer.
    The roadway is unpaved but with a 4x4 it should be fine, as long as it doesn't rain.

    One day they will pave that road...

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    Default Re: Some Northern Arizona Game Pics

    Quote Originally Posted by Pettrix View Post
    The picture was taken right around sunrise so no IRs were used but it still wasn't bright enough to get a really bright picture, so it's a little dark but still quite visible.

    I believe it is probably a female judging from its size. They have quite a range (2-20 miles). Waiting to see if I can catch a black bear or mountain lion. Time will tell. If I had the extra $$, I would get more cameras and scatter them around my lot to get better coverage.
    I was able to brighten it up a bit for you, so it is a bit clearer..
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    Default Re: Some Northern Arizona Game Pics

    Quote Originally Posted by NHmitch View Post
    I was able to brighten it up a bit for you, so it is a bit clearer..
    Can you lighten up my bobcat pic??

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    Default Re: Some Northern Arizona Game Pics

    Looks like a German Shepherd to me. It must be one well-fed coyote. All the ones here are smaller and super thin with long skinny legs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lacal View Post
    Looks like a German Shepherd to me. It must be one well-fed coyote. All the ones here are smaller and super thin with long skinny legs.
    That's why I didn't think it was a coyote at first. It sure is pretty thick, that is for sure.

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    Default Re: Some Northern Arizona Game Pics

    Wow, even surprised me, it looks like a BADGER. They are pretty rare and quite aggressive. It sure was moving fast as the camera only caught it with 1 shot on a 3 shot burst.


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