Spy Cam – March 2022

Trail-camera photos from the Georgia woods.

Reader Contributed | March 2, 2022

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This Buck Ain’t Afraid Of Nothing: Johnny Worthy, of Austell, sent this photo of a Cobb County buck with something serious going on down below. “I saw this buck several times, and his apparent problem wasn’t slowing him down at all,” Johnny said. “I saw him chasing does and it looked like a basketball swinging between his legs. I was cringing in my stand. I also got pictures of him mounting does around my feeder.”

The Multiplying Hog Factor: During the 2019 deer season, Ken Yancey, of Hampton, said they had two hogs on camera at their Lamar County property. “We assumed they were just passing through. Obviously we were wrong,” Ken said. “We’ve killed six, and it doesn’t even look as though we’ve scratched the surface!”

Next Level Bird-Watching: Larry Yoder got several pictures of this Macon County owl flying by before it came back by with a bird.

What’s My Best Angle… Profile, Or Straight-On Close-Up? “This spike seemed fascinated by my trail camera,” said David Lee, of Cartersville, who got a series of close-ups on Nov. 10 of this curious spike on the family farm in Bartow County.

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