August 26, 2020

Moultrie's View By the Lake

I went through the disk from the trail camera that's on a tree by the lake. Here are some of the most interesting shots it captured. I cropped them all to show off the subjects.

I think the first bird is a hawk. It's probably the same one I saw out there and failed to get a clear picture of, so I'm glad the motion-activated camera did better than I.

I love seeing deer, especially fawns.

And then there's the vultures. They like to hang out together.

My Corner of the World / Wild Bird Wednesday.


  1. Hello,
    Great cam captures. I love the Hawk and Deer. Neat shot of the Vultures flying off. Take care, enjoy your day!

  2. so much wildlife - a perfect place for photos

  3. Lovely deer and the moultrie cam, I keep saying I NEED a trail Great shots.
    Dawn aka Spatulas On Parade

  4. Beautiful hawk shot. The vultures flying away looks almost comical.

  5. Marvelous captures! You are so lucky to have access to such a productive wild area.

  6. Some great captures here, many thanks for sharing them.

    All the best Jan

  7. Linda - visiting you from My Corner of the World. The patterns on that hawk are amazing!

  8. What fabulous shots from the trail cam! I didn't know that vultures were so pretty in flight.

    It's great to see you at 'My Corner of the World' this week!! Thanks for being here.

  9. Love the deer and even the vultures :)


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