I caught a story this past week about a Facebook group dedicated to bad wildlife photography. And I can’t resist adding my own entries here, because — in my book — any images of wildlife on my property are pretty darned interesting.
Most of what I get in these parts are captured by our trail camera (which I’ve just gotten working again to find lots of previously undiscovered shots on the SD card) or our outdoor “security” cameras.
It’s amazing how these devices open up an entire world of wildlife watching that wouldn’t occur otherwise. If you don’t already have cameras or viewing areas set up to allow you to see the results of your wildscaping, I highly recommend you do so.
I’ve set up the trail camera in a very cluttered part of our forested area, which isn’t ideal for photography — but the thinking is that it’s perfect cover for wildlife. Because of the difficulty spotting things in these shots, I’ve circled them for ease of identification.
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