The Seminole Bigfoot trail cam project in Florida

The Seminole Project of Florida is a deep field deployment of stealth game cams to get a clear image of the Skunkape. This project is long term in nature currently deploying multiple cameras for up to six months at a time. The cameras are stationed in deep swamps now and they will not be accessible until November.

We have worked hard over several months to find, and test areas we believe have the right combination of environmental factors conducive to supporting a Skunkape. This has been hard work but we are confident it has been worth it.
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These images show the trail cam without the faceplate because we were changing the media card and the batteries. This is Tim Fasano after securing the Bigfoot camera to a tree. The last image is the python adjustable cable lock used to create a tight fit. This is necessary because it's now storm season in Florida and the camera could be dislodged.

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