Sunday, August 25, 2013

Turkeys and Fawns

     Finally got some turkeys on camera. They've been keeping a low profile as far as getting on camera this year. One fawn arrives in the second pic and then a second in the third. It always interesting on how different animals interact. These seem to pretty much ignore each other.
     The camera at the Mt. Pond set finally died this week. It had been messing up the past month or so. I brought it home but couldn't breathe life back into it again. Sadly this is the very first trail camera I brought. It's been out in the weather for the past six years taking great pics. I think six years is pretty good for a trial camera that's been active 365/24/7.




7 comments:

Lindsjö taxar said...

Hi !
Great to see, we only have them in farms and not wild.
WHat are the roes doing, is there a fawn laying or what??

TexWisGirl said...

sorry you lost a good soldier! i always like seeing the mix you get on your cameras. :)

Nancy said...

I think that's a great run for any trail cam Joe. We just bought a Moultrie to add to our other two that don't take night video. The Moultrie does. Haven't set it up yet.

Michelle said...

I love seeing the fawn. We are seeing/hearing those turkeys around here!

Linda said...

Neat! How nice to see the turkeys and deer together!

knapperbill said...

Glad you got some turkeys, Joe! Great pics with the deer coming in too!

Bill

KB Bear said...

It is so cool to see different species interact. Love the turkeys!!!

Around here, hunting season for turkeys and other birds starts when the young are still with their mothers (like your turkeys in the photo). That confuses me a bit... it would seem better to wait so the young would have a better chance of surviving if they lost their mom.

Like you, I recently had my very first trail cam die on me. It makes me sad too...