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Spy-Cam February 2019

Reader Contributed | February 3, 2019

Email your pics to [email protected]. Please include your name, GON subscriber number, hometown, county where the picture was taken, date, time and any interesting details for a caption. Print images can be mailed to GON Spy-Cam, 4331 Seven Islands Road, Madison, GA 30650.

 

HIIIII YA! Who knows what this crazy squirrel was up to when it was flying straight at a trail camera. Will Sullivan got the picture in Emanuel County at a spot where he had been feeding the hogs regularly.

 

Werewolves In McDuffie: GON member Chris Palmer, of Thomson, caught this big black canine on camera. “He walked by once in the morning and once in the evening on Nov. 2, and I haven’t seen him since,” said Chris. “By far the biggest yote I’ve seen in McDuffie County. Tagged out on bucks, now he’s at the top of the hit list!”

Piebald Button: Mike Willis, a GON member from Greensboro, has several trail-cam pictures of a beautiful Greene County piebald button buck. Mike said, “He was not well received by all the other deer, so I called him Rudolph.”

Who’s The Boss? Dale Saus, a GON subscriber from Blairsville, got this picture in his Union County backyard on Oct. 21 at 5:38 a.m.

 

The Tortoise And The Gobbler: This trail-cam pic of a gopher tortoise in his burrow with a big gobbler in the background was taken in Macon County last April 24. “The cam was positioned here to monitor turkey movement on the gas line and just happened to have a burrow on the line, so why not see if he’s home!” said GON member Eddie Palmer, of Americus.

 

Email your pics to [email protected]. Please include your name, GON subscriber number, hometown, county where the picture was taken, date, time and any interesting details for a caption. Print images can be mailed to GON Spy-Cam, 4331 Seven Islands Road, Madison, GA 30650.

 

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