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More game camera photos

Discussion in 'Hunting' started by jmorris, May 1, 2009.

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  1. jmorris

    jmorris Member

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    Only in Texas.

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  2. Geneseo1911

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    morris-those are fantastic! Surely not from your camera?
     
  3. 3pairs12

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    What is that thing in pics 4&5? Also glad to see that the "travelers" have a nice place to stop for a drink.
     
  4. Dr. Tad Hussein Winslow

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    I know, I know! Just waiting to see if anyone else gets that one right. There is a gold star in it.
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  6. DammitBoy

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    Wolverine?

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    What's the season on those varmints in the last pic?
     
  7. memphisjim

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    looks like a wolverine
    but didnt think those grew in texas
     
  8. Prion

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    That is really cool! I've gotta get one of those cameras. Not many of the last variety in these here parts thankfully.
     
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    pics 4 and 5 are of a White nosed Coati, at least i think thats what its called

    and pic number 9 is a herd of Mexicanus immigratus.......jk
     
  11. Jorg Nysgerrig

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    Looks like a coati to me, but they usually have longer tails.
     
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    White nosed Coati with his tail shot off???
     
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  13. camoman33935

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    maybe he had a accident......or maybe its turned behind em where we cant see it
     
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    That didnt take long.
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  15. jmorris

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    Not my camera and the goofy one is a White-nosed Coati
     
  16. Grizfire

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    cool pics, i think I'm going to have to get one of those trail cameras, could be a lot of fun.
     
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    Man I love THR! Just an observation, and perhaps not worth mentioning, since so many others here already know this, but this set of images has been floating around the internet, allong with (tasteless) humor regarding picture #9 for some time now. At THR everyone gets excited about the White-Nosed Coatimundi. I never suspected to see those images as the target of zoological discussion. :)
     
  18. theheadhunter

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    Is the last picture an example of why swine flu is in texas?
     
  19. Dr.Rob

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    Damn lion is as big as the deer.

    You only say coatimundi if there's ONE of them. My dad ran into one of these in a prefab lean --to in the Grand Canyon, the Coati won the argument. Dad slept in a tent like the rest of us.
     
  20. kanook

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    just wondering how long, the dates on the pictures range from 3/3/09 to 3/25/09:D
     
  21. Flintknapper

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    White nosed Coati is correct...it is fairly common to see them with all or part of their tails missing.

    The tail is very susceptible to frost bite when exposed to freezing temps for extended periods.

    People that raise them are well aware of this and warn potential owners of it.

    In the wild they most often travel in "troops" so I am surprised to see just one in the pic.

    Probably the Big Bend area of Texas or on the Southern Border.
     
  22. ChefJeff1

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    It's a chupacabra.
     
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