TRAILCAM DEPLOYMENT IN ACTIVE SIGHTING AREA



This past weekend Kevin Thomas Kehl, with the assistance of Nick Tudor, deployed his newest trailcam with stealth technology.
Nick Tudor and Kevin Thomas Kehl (archive pic)
 It was placed in an area that is full of wildlife and has even had a recent Bigfoot sighting, as well as some conspicuous foot prints.

This is his first deployment of the camera so it will be a short test duration.

This is in the same vicinity that Robert Robinson recently had 2 cameras stolen so hopes are high that this camera will return safe and with good evidence.

Legend Tripper Robert Robinson
 
Check back soon for stills and videos from the camera next week.

In the meantime enjoy the pictures below of the adventure out into the swamps for deployment.





Just a few short weeks ago this area was under several feet of water.


Nick searching for tracks.
Mosquito and Horse-fly Heaven!!
 

While there were some widely scatter spots of water by the river, most of the area had dried up.
The riverbed mud was very soft and deep. Here a baby gator track was discovered by Nick.
95 degrees and 90% humidity is common for Florida in the spring.

Some of the area felt a lot like quick sand.

This was not one of Kevin's boot prints.
 Most of the little watering holes had dried up. 
Below you will notice the different aninals that tried to make their way to the last vestiges of water remaining at this particular hole.
 
  


Racoon Tracks
Deer Tracks

Here Nick is leaving a small creative piece of art for the "Ambassador Project" in hopes that it will be added to or manipulated in some other way.
 



After walking for what seemed like hours we came to a small clearing area that had recent hog activity as well as some possible foot prints. Below Nick points this out but it is hard to see in this video.
It is in this area that we decided to place the trailcam. It is also very close to where that sighting took place.







Trail cam deployment...successful!!


Maybe with some luck all these locks will deter someone from stealing this one!


Check back again next week for updates with pics and video. Hopefully this one won't get stolen. 
It is in a completely remote location so someone would have to accidentally stumble onto it while walking through thick swamps.
















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