Best Camera Trap Captures – November 2016

I’ll be sharing the best camera trap captures from each month in 2016. These images are from the field research I’m conducting for 3 Rivers Foundation, so I’ll be presenting these captures all the way back to January 2016.

These images are selected to show here are based on the animal behavior captured, as well as uniqueness of the capture.

November 2016 – Best Camera Trap Captures

Smiling coyote without a care in the world.


Rio grande turkey striking a pose in all its glory! These birds are bigger than what you’d imagine them to be.  

A young white-tailed buck that is new to the property. 

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How many Rio grande turkeys do you count? 


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Bobcat tail – 1. Several captures were of just bobcat tails this time around. These are two different bobcats based on the tips. 


Bobcat tail – 2. 
Ah… Hello! The white-tailed deer population has been constantly changing this fall. 


Coyote checking out the camera in the misty rain.


This is a first – a coyote laying down in the camera’s range. 


Feral hogs. Hopefully we’ve now identified where they are entering the property. 



Photographs – © Christena Stephens

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