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Re: Using camera to identify animal and entry?


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Posted by William from down south on 15:22:42 12/4/2011 from 98.95.64.79:

In reply to: Re: Using camera to identify animal and entry? posted by John Fasoldt on 10:14:21 12/4/2011 from 98.110.81.72:

Get a game/trail camera with infrared features. They have built in motion detectors. Or better, ask a hunter friend to borrow theirs if they have one. I borrowed one to find out how many deer were dining in my backyard.



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