Sunday, June 14, 2009

A Few New Trail Camera Pics

I was able to make it out to the hunting lease again this weekend and swapped out memory cards on my trail cameras. I only had about 16 pictures, but there were a few that were notable. (Note: You should be able to click on the pictures to open them up and view them full-size.)

It's still too early in the year to tell much about what their antlers are going to look like in the fall, but this little guy looks like he will have some pretty nice bases. I'd be interested to see what you all think the age of this deer is. Remember this is in the Western Cross Timbers region of North-Central Texas, and the average mature buck in this area will only field dress at about 110 pounds.

I know this picture is awfully blurry due to the rain drops on the lens, but does that look like an antler to you?

I liked these two pictures. This youngster sure is learning to use those legs.

5 comments:

Incognito said...

Rob, do you have an email address where I could send you some trail cam pics from my lease? I never get tired of looking at trail cam pictures even if it is just a bunch of does.

Rob said...

robandstephjordan@att.net

Rick Kratzke said...

Those are very nice picture Rob, I can't wait to see what you get next.

Tom said...

Very nice pics. Can't wait to see the next batch!

Doug O said...

Hopefully it turns out to be a good season for you this fall. It'll be interesting to see how the develop.

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