The game cam is triggered by heat, so when the air is warm there's not much action. These photos are from the last two months.
We thought this was a fox at first, but it's a reddish coyote instead. Here's how you tell the difference: Foxes have black "leggings" and ear tips, and white tips on their tails.1
Other than bobcats, I think turkeys are my favorite game cam find. We get most pictures of them on dark cloudy days.
I love this photo of their tailfeathers! I'm always excited to find turkey feathers on the ground, but finding them still attached to the turkey is even better.
The weeds might be getting too tall for good critter pictures.
It looks like this deer has a tick in her ear.
The weeds are definitely getting too tall for good critter pictures.
Extreme close-up... the deer can evidently hear the trigger mechanism, and are more curious than you'd think.
Dang. The only spotted fawn game-cam picture ever, and he's already exited the frame.
Not-so-wild Deere and Bush Hog.
1You can look at the Red Fox wiki if you don't believe me.