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What's that in front of Eagle Eye?

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What is that on the ice in front of the Eagle Eye camera?

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I haven't been up that way so i can't say for sure but my guess would be a deer feeder.

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Yes - it is a deer feeder. Check it out starting about 30-45 minutes before sunset. I captured several of the pictures last night but haven't yet figured out how to post them.

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Hank, go to the photography and photo sharing board here on FM. There's a how-to on posting pics that's stickied to the top of that board.

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There has been quite a bit of wildlife activity by the deer feeder. Very interesting viewing. A must see!!! Check often.

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I did at dusk tonight and it had 2 nice does at it. That's a great idea!!!

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here's some deer from tonight:

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cool!

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Bigshow: that is really cool, how about those beautiful shadows. It don't get to much better. Bill

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