You need a trail camera in the rural living.

Real Estate Broker/Owner with WHISPERING PINES REALTY 20398180

You need a trail camera, also called a game camera,

If  you live int the rural areas of out country.

What are they?

They are camera's that you fasten to a tree or other solid abject  to photograph

the wild life that comes into your area.

I have 5.

I use them to watch my bird feeders to see what is visiting.    (Raccoon's, possums and others including bear)

I set them up in the woods to see what game is there and if it frequents where I may set a hunting stand.

When I go away for a few days, all camera's are set up around my house and buildings to see if anyone was there or trying to get into the house. (Although I do have a great alarm system.)


These camera's range in price from about $75 for a cheaper one up to over $300.

Uses are many but the enjoyment is far surpasses anything else to monitor wildlife and security.

This photo caught this nice buck 2 days after season was over.   Never saw him otherwise.

Comments (3)

Laura Anderson
White Bear Lake, MN

That buck is old enough to know the ropes and where to hide until the season is over.  We have a few around our area that have racks to die for.  No one ever sees them until the day after the season ends.  Smart cookies.


Nov 25, 2018 04:16 PM
Myrl Jeffcoat
Sacramento, CA
Greater Sacramento Realtor - Retired

I had never heard the term "trail camera" used before.  I wish I had one for my back patio.  The wildlife that visits to raid my fish pond is unbelievable.  Raccoons, Possums. . .etc.

Nov 25, 2018 04:42 PM
Vern Eaton
Askov, MN
Realtor 651-674-7449

I use one the same way, nad I get a ot of enjoyment from what I see.

Nov 26, 2018 05:49 AM