October 6, 2015

Day and Night Critters


Yesterday I shared some images captured by a trail camera that I mounted on a post in our back yard. It's motion-activated and tends to capture a lot of boring shots of branches moving, but once in a while I get a picture of one of us or some bird or animal. In the first picture we see a cat. I can't tell from this distant shot but it's probably Mosby, a stray who wanders through our yard fairly often. 

At night the camera captures infrared images in monochrome. Once in a while it captures some animal other than a cat.

This could be a fox! When enlarged and brightened a little, it looks even more like a fox. What do you think?


6 comments:

  1. yes, it is a fox. How cool to have a device like this. You learn a lot about the life you don´t normally see :)

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    1. Yes. There was a blogger about 10 miles from me who had one and got pictures of deer. I thought that was neat so I put one on my Amazon wish list and my daughter gave me one for Christmas.

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  2. It's neat to be able to see what is passing through there when you're not watching.

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  3. I want to get a trail camera. Some things have been happening around our cabin and we aren't sure which critter is the culprit. - Margy

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