Automatic Wildlife Camera: Lots of Surprises

Blue Jays Have Beautiful Feathers

Blue Jays Have Beautiful Feathers

Bobwhite Quail with Feathers Fluffed Up

Bobwhite Quail with Feathers Fluffed Up

Bunny Portrait

Bunny Portrait

Blue and Pink Turkey Head

Blue and Pink Turkey Head

Red Bellied Woodpecker Drinking Nectar from White Bird of Paradise Flowers

Red Bellied Woodpecker Drinking Nectar from White Bird of Paradise Flowers

Stunning Boat-Tailed Grackle Feathers

Stunning Boat-Tailed Grackle Feathers

Dove and Red Flowers

Dove and Red Flowers

Wing Blur of Dove Landing

Wing Blur of Dove Landing

Mama Squirrel Eating a Peanut

Mama Squirrel Eating a Peanut

Baby Cardinal with Adult Feathers Growing In

Baby Cardinal with Adult Feathers Growing In

Raccoon Inspecting Peanut

Raccoon Inspecting Peanut

Happy Raccoon Eating Seeds and Nuts

Happy Raccoon Eating Seeds and Nuts

Raccoon Saying Grace

Raccoon Saying Grace

Raccoon Talking

Raccoon Talking

Raccoon Beside Automatic Wildlife Camera Setup

Raccoon Beside Automatic Wildlife Camera Setup

The best thing about using an automatic wildlife camera is being surprised by what you see – it might be new behaviors, interesting perspectives, or even animals you didn’t know lived in your yard. What fun!  A guide to Florida wildlife is at:  http://www.wildflorida.com/index.php

About Pam
Richard and Pam lived in the San Francisco Bay Area 14 years (1987-1999 and 2008-2011). They lived in Florida 13 years previously, until returning in July 2011 to present. They hope their photography will encourage you to get out and discover nature's beauty in your own backyard, parks, and wild places. Click on any pictures on this blog to see them full size with additional details.

20 Responses to Automatic Wildlife Camera: Lots of Surprises

  1. Awwww the raccoon is so cute !!!!!

  2. timali says:

    that got you some stunning captures!

  3. Mike Farrell says:

    Really enjoying these! What are the specs of you wildlife camera? This seems like something that would be a lot of fun for my two boys.

  4. LuAnn says:

    I am loving these images! Thanks so much for sharing. 🙂

  5. FeyGirl says:

    Love it!! That’s such a fantastic camera…. LOVE the raccoon and the beautiful shot of the grackle shaking his feathers! They’re all wonderful shots…

  6. Kongo says:

    Very cool! Hopefully the wildlife won’t eat the camera.

  7. elisa ruland says:

    I can’t stand it! These are the most adorable nature photographs I have ever seen! I’ve never heard of a wildlife camera…I take it you program it to shoot automatically over a certain amount of time. I MUST HAVE ONE!! So the raccoon is pretty darned cute..but the baby cardinal with the fluffy blue feathers? He looks like he just got out of bed! Love it.

    • Pam says:

      I am so thrilled you liked these! The camera has a sensor that is triggered by movement – very easy to set up and use. Maybe you can hint that it is the perfect Christmas present. 🙂

  8. mrsbearfoot says:

    Oh my, these are wonderful!
    Lindy

  9. Probably, the most interesting thing is that you never know what you will find on your memory card.

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