Spy Cam – March 2020

Trail-camera images from the Georgia woods.

Reader Contributed | March 1, 2020

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Trail-Cam Scouting In The Duck Swamps: This beautiful trail-cam picture was captured by Shawn Lumsden’s camera on Jan. 11 at 9:22 a.m. in Talbot County. “I’ve recently started using trail cams to find wood duck hangouts, and it has worked out well so far. Got my limit here on the last day of the waterfowl season!” said Shawn, who lives in Newnan.


His Majesty: This southeast Georgia gobbler was caught in all his glory stretching those wings. Jacob Sheppard, of Hortense, got the picture in Brantley County on Dec. 8.


Double-Beam, Double-Brow: This Harris County buck had a lot going on in the antler department. Andrew Cornell, of Jasper, got a series of pictures of the buck on Oct. 11 about 15 minutes after he left his stand. And the buck never showed up again.

OUTFOXED! Just A Fox Flying Through The Air, Catching Crows: Apologies for this action shot being a bit blurry, but a red fox leaping off the top of a feeder to catch a crow out of the air takes an exceptional shutter speed! “Had several crows flying in to eat corn,” said Joe Moss. “This red fox got on my feeder and was snagging crows out of mid air.”



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