Florida Critter Cam

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    Here's a few shots of the wildlife that we have on our property in Fl.

    First two are from my Leaf River 35mm trail cam.
    Deer visiting our feeders.

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    In velvet.
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    Wedgie, the gator that lives in our pond.

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    A turkey hen and some wild hogs, shots taken from our porch.

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    And what you don't tell the New Yorkers when you're selling them your property.

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    Very cool! We have a bunch of deer and wild turkey around here. A flock often walks across the cornfield in front of our church. But I would be freaked out by the gator!
     
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    Great pics!

    Can wild hogs be dangerous?

    I had friends who were chased around their truck by a wild boar they were trying to hunt. Which might not have been so funny had they been caught. :laugh:
     
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    The gators will run from you unless you start feeding them, then you have problems.
    This one has been here since it was about 18" long and has never been a problem.
    If you're near a cornfield, I'm sure you get to see plenty of deer and turkey.

    They can be dangerous if cornered, but usually they will run if you try to get close to them.
    They can cut you up pretty bad if they do decide to attack.
    We've put hundreds in our freezer over the years and never had a problem yet.
     
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    Aww. Poor piggies. I guess they like the freezer then/ :laugh:
     

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