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.