There are several of us at RGT that have trail-cameras. We use these devices for a variety of reasons. They help us decide where and when to hunt a certain area, they are used as an aid in wildlife research, and sometimes we just enjoy seeing what critters are roaming the wilds when we aren't able to be there physically. Collectively this year we utilized trail-cameras in 3 different states, Pennsylvania, Alaska, and Texas. The original goal of this post was to only show our favorite pictures from 2016, but some of the images we captured from several years ago are just too cool to leave buried on our hard drives. So, without further ado, here are some of our favorite pictures and videos from 2016 (give or take a couple years).
Trail cameras are a fantastic tool for hunting and research. Not only that, but it is so much fun to read the animal sign and try to position the cameras in order to take the perfect picture. Trail cameras give us the ability to see snip-its of what goes on in the woods when we are stuck at work or fast asleep in our beds.