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Trail Cam Images

We use covert Reconyx RC60 trail cams because they emit no infrared signature for total stealth. The thermal images produced are the best, and require no strobe light. With lithium batteries they can remain in field for six months.

You can see the time and date stamp on the images with the temperature.
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She's a pretty girl

Two frames from night sequence.


Daytime fire six days later

We know the camera works properly. After we armed the Reconyx RC60 it Kevin went back to retrieve an item. He can be clearly seen running in front of the camera. So something must have triggered the camera in the images above. I just can't see anything moving. I do know that the camera had shifted about 10 degrees between deployment and the first series. That could have been caused by anything.
Kevin getting the walking stick


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