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Last month I had visits from a couple of bald eagles and some hawks to my deer carcass that I threw at the edge of the timber for the critters to consume. In that 10 day time frame my game camera had over 1310 pics on it. Before I erased the photos so I can set them out again I checked once again to make sure I didn't miss any good ones that I can share with you guys. I found these that I had missed before. I cropped them to make a better photo of the bird and not the gut pile in the fore ground.

The first two are a mature bald eagle and the next two are of a juvenile red tailed hawk.

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[Edited on 12-5-2009 by Mailman]
 

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Going to head down tomorrow and switch cards. Should have a few more pictures to share....I hope they are not all '**** pics.
 

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Wow my camera sure does take great pics. :claphands:
 

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Awesome pics MM. Might I offer a suggestion though? If you'll put a log in front of the carcass, you're pics will be more apealing to a larger audience. Don't bother us hunters, I know. By placing the log between the carcass & the camera, the birds will light on the log.
 

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Great pics of the Bald Eagle! That's something I never thought of doing is putting a camera on a gutpile. Thanks MM.
 
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