The drumming logs are still going strong. I was set up on 5 different logs, but one didn't produce. I moved that camera to a more suitable location up on a high ridge along a trail. The drummer on log 2 attracted an unwelcome guest and my camera caught the brief meeting in one single still-shot.
Log 5 is manned by a W200 (12mp) along with a Viv. 2000 slave flash. A gray-phase drummer stood on the stage at this location and produced some very high-resolution results. A passing flying squirrel also stopped for a photo-op.
Log 4 was also active, I moved the camera last week from perpendicular to the log to at about a 30 degree angle to the log using one of my homemade stands. It produced some stunning profile shots. This one caught my eye with the colorful western sky in the background.
I've been monitoring my father's land with 4 cameras for turkeys. So far, just a hen or two has shown up and the late season hunt is looking grim. It looks even more grim when I keep getting these on camera. This shot is with a W7 IR.
One of my two commercial cameras (won one in a contest, other was given to me) caught this image of a buck with his progress in producing a rack.
Finally, the beaver landing manned with a FS7 is still a busy place. The beaver, of course, is a common subject, but the latest addition to the roster is the freshly hatched goslings.