Fox Caught on Game Camera
My backyard in nice October light. That is a cornfield behind the trees.
A good sign—wood stacked for winter. I will bring it inside before Thanksgiving.
The last apple on one of my oldest trees.
Our Randall Linebacks ready to move down to winter pasture.
Here is a doe caught at twilight with a low-light camera.
Here is the same doe, an hour earlier, foraging in a high meadow. As she was leaving the field, she fanned out her tail to attract a buck.
A nice warm day during hunting season in November.
My favorite spot—a small watering hole high up in the mountains.
A red squirrel runs up a tree to get a better look at the intruder in the treestander. He squawked a bit and then ran back down.
The view down into the valley from one of my treestands.
This is a small woodpecker—the larger ones are three or four times its size.
The yellows were spectacular this year.
Daughter Caroline with an oddly unsettling Halloween mask.
This type of hawk is unusual in our area; we usually see red-tailed hawks. Anyone know what type it is?
More yellow leaves in the cow pasture.
Another twilight shot. It was completely dark out but I took a snapshot anyway since I heard a noise. When I got home, I looked at what I had taken and found, to the far left, a deer just looking at me.
A hunter's moon?
Last year the apples were prolific—this year, they were gone by November.
Deer often take cover in these bushes and are completely hidden unless you look closely.