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When You Set Up The Trail-Cam On A Gator Trail: Ever wonder how an alligator just suddenly shows up in an isolated pond? Answer above. “I’ve caught a lot of critters on camera over the years, but this is a first,” said longtime GON member Mike Cockerham, of Oglethorpe. Mike got this picture in Dooly County near Byromville, and he said it was a long way from any body of water.
Just Trying To Fit In: This is one of a series of shots submitted by GON member Keith Dinning, of Marietta. “This young coyote has been seen since spring in food plots all over the property, and he is always alone looking for food,” Keith said. “The sequence doesn’t ever show an attempt to try and catch one of these birds.”
Memories Caught On Trail-Cam: GON member Bryan Smith didn’t get a huge buck, but the pictures he found on his camera were even better. “Anytime you pull a camera card out, there is that moment of excitement when you first begin scrolling through your collection of photos, waiting to find that once-in-a-lifetime shot that will be etched in your memory forever. I recently experienced that. My daughter Catherine, 5, and her little brother James, 2, like to help me fill up the feeder by carrying corn in their Gator. As a father, nothing makes my heart smile more than seeing a strong loving bond between his children. God has blessed us far beyond anything we could have ever imagined.”
Fighting Over Persimmons: You know they call persimmons deer candy. These does were fighting over the favored fruit on Sept. 21 in Fulton County. Rob Vincent got several pictures of the dueling does.