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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 03-07-2012, 04:21 PM Thread Starter
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Deer movement trending

I keep track of all my trailcam videos and label them by date and time and whats deer are in the video. I just found this website, and was wondering if anyone goes back and compares deer pics/videos (i.e. deer movement) to the weather conditions or moon phase, ect on that day. I think I routinely get videos of my bigger bucks, and more deer in general, just before a front moves in. This isn't too unexpected, but just wondering who has really looked into this on their own? I am anxious to go back and look at this and see how often it really occurred.
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Re: Deer movement trending

I got a ziploc baggie full of SD cards of good all year long data that i awlays figure I will organize in some fashion to get some knowledge from but never find the time to do it...maybe something like this would help.

You need to throw out all pics where they they are coming to minerals or corn piles etc..though I think to make any real sense of it all. I have been soley watching trails and my small plots for the last couple years, I think that would be good data there as the plot is always there.

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Re: Deer movement trending

You just made me a very busy person for the weekend haha, that website looks good, and i have years of trail camera pics organized that i am going to go look through and compare with the weather, not to mention live video of encounters that i can review the weather on!
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