Busy night at the watering station…

I’m not impressed with the night-vision resolution of my new Bushnell game camera compared to the old Browning. But I’ll take what I can get – at one location after another there’s been a frustrating lack of action day or night. A few days ago I put it back at the watering station, and right away got some customers.

A couple of mulies…

A coyote that hung around for quite a while without ever seeming to touch the water or the bait pile…

An elk cow and her calf…

…and various combinations thereof, all on the same night and only the first after I set up the camera. For once I got lucky.

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2 Responses to Busy night at the watering station…

  1. Terrapod says:

    This may sound silly, but see if you can find a lens from an old pair of blue block sunglasses and affix one over the camera lens with some tape on the edges. It looks like the IR LED on the camera are swamping the image. Or some other very faintly tinted glass that is optically flat. Might fix the issue.

  2. Terrapod says:

    It also occurs to me that maybe the LED intensity can be lowered. Check the user guide.

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