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Some images captured with various Crow Systems products. Sent to us by wildlife biologists, researchers, teachers, etc. Have a photo taken with one of our products?
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  Birds

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Passeriformes

Crow2
American crow
Corvus brachyrhynchos
Switchcam - switch-activated cam

Crow4

American crow
Corvus brachyrhynchos
Active IR sensor
Crow3
American crow
Corvus brachyrhynchos
Switchcam- switch activated cam
BlJa
Blue jay
Cyanocítta cristata
PIR sensor
BlCC  Black-capped chickadee
Poecile atricapilla
Formerly Parus atricapíllus
Switchcam- switch activated cam.


FoSp Fox sparrow - Passerella ilíaca Picture sent to us for ID. Enlarged / enhanced - but ID possible by facial pattern and rump color - PIR sensor Song Sparrow Song Sparrow
Melospiza melodius
Junco  Northern / Dark-eyed / Slate-colored junco
Junco hyemalis - Left and Right

Junco


Cardinal Northern Cardinal
Cardinalis cardinalis
<<   Male / Female   >>

Cardinal

 PIR sensor

B thrasher

Brown Trasher - Toxostoma rufus


W Thrush Wood thrush - Hylocichla mustelina
The following three thrush photos were taken in quick succession.
W Thrush First the thrush surveys its territory
(far left)
Then proceeds about its business (left)
W Thrush Suddenly it gets frightened off by an approaching Eastern chipmunk (on log).
PIR sensor






Galliformes
RuGr1
Juvenile Ruffed grouse -
Bonasa umbellus
PIR sensor

 RuGr2

 Ruffed grouse - Bonasa umbellus
at dust bath. Rain / dew-spotted lens. - PIR sensor

Turkey1

Wild turkey
Meleagris gallopavo
PIR sensor.
Turkey2 Wild Turkey baby
Meleagris gallopavo




Anatidae

Geese
 Canada Goose
Branta canadensis
Adult with young - PIR sensor

 






Picidae (and others) - Tripod mount

 
The six images below were captured
with a PIR sensor camera equipped with
an optional tripod mounting bracket.
See thumbnail at right >>>

TriPod

Note that the feeder was removed prior
to activating camera. These images show
the vignetting that can occur when
  extreme weather lens hood is used.
 Hairy Woodpecker
Picoídes villosus - female
(White-breasted nuthatch too)
PIR sensor / tripod

Hairy Woodpecker
Picoides villosus - Female
PIR sensor / tripod
 Hairy Woodpecker
Picoides villosus - Male
  (White-breasted nuthatch too)
PIR sensor / tripod

Hairy Woodpecker
Picoides villosus - Male
  PIR sensor / tripod
White-breasted Nuthatch (male)
Sitta carolinensis
PIR sensor / tripod

White-breasted Nuthatch
Sitta carolinensis
PIR sensor / tripod


  Mammals

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Rodentia
E-chip
 Eastern chipmunk - Tamius striatus
Note the 'worbles' between the rear legs caused by the parasitic cuterebrid fly larva. Very gross! - PIR sensor

Red Sq

Red squirrel
Tamiasciurus hudsonicus
PIR sensor / tripod
R-sq Red squirrel
Tamiasciurus hudsonicus
PIR sensor.
G-sq1
Eastern grey squirrel - Sciurus carolinensis - Crossing popular 'highway log'. PIR sensor


G-sq2  Eastern grey squirrel
Sciurus carolinensis -PIR sensor
Porqupine Porcupine - Erethizon dorsatum





Canidae

coy1
 Eastern coyote - Canis latrans
Note large hunk of food in mouth.
PIR sensor

 coy2

  Eastern coyote - Canis latrans
Howling at the moon?
PIR sensor
coy3
Right & Left - Eastern coyote - Canis latrans

coy4

These two were from a series of several photos spanning several days. Demonstrates "patterning" abilities of
automatic cameras - note dates.
R-fox1
 Red fox - Vulpes vulpes
Arguing with someone? - PIR
R-fox2
 Red fox - Vulpes vulpes
Seems content now - PIR
Red Fox
 Red fox - Vulpes vulpes
PIR sensor.


Gray Fox
Gray fox
Urocyon cinereoargenteus
PIR sensor.

Gray Fox

Gray fox
Urocyon cinereoargenteus
PIR sensor.

Grey fox

Gray fox
Urocyon cinereoargenteus
PIR sensor.






Cervidae
Doe1
 White-tailed deer
Odocoileus virginianus
Camera flash does not seems to bother some wildlife - PIR sensor

 Doe2

 White-tailed deer - Odocoileus virginianus
A moment later - almost seems curious.
Doe3
 White-tailed deer
Odocoileus virginianus
Few days later - same deer as above?
PIR sensor.

 Deer

 White-tailed deer
Odocoileus virginianus
PIR sensor
Deer
White-tailed deer
Odocoileus virginianus
PIR sensor.


FAWN
White-tailed deer fawn
Odocoileus virginianus
PIR sensor.

DEER

White-tailed deer-Odocoileus virginianus - Fawns and doe.
PIR sensor.
FAWN
White-tailed deer
Odocoileus virginianus
Fawns and doe - PIR sensor.
 




Didelphidae
Opossum  Virginia opossum
Didelphis virginiana -PIR sensor

Opossum

Virginia opossum (juvenile)
Didelphis virginiana -PIR sensor




Procyonidae
Raccoon
Raccoon - Procyon lotor
Making off with goods from bait station - Active IR sensor.
Raccoon Raccoon - Procyon lotor
PIR sensor




Mustelidae
Fisher
Fisher - Martes pennanti
At bait station - PIR sensor

mink

 Mink - Mustela vison
PIR sensor




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