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By ggary
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Hi - used to occasionally lurk here years ago, figured I'd sign up. Been using t-cams for a few years & became addicted shortly after retrieving pics from that 1st cam.LOL. Use mostly video mode these days.
I live in Nova Scotia, Canada.
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By Anthony
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Great to have you. WE don't have the activity we used to back before Facebook took over but its still a good place to discuss cameras and issue and share photos and experiences.
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By reaperman
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ggary wrote: Sat Jan 04, 2020 8:25 am Hi - used to occasionally lurk here years ago, figured I'd sign up. Been using t-cams for a few years & became addicted shortly after retrieving pics from that 1st cam.LOL. Use mostly video mode these days.
I live in Nova Scotia, Canada.
Welcome, when we think Canada its natural to think of a rustic northern country. Is Nova Scotia much the same? I know geographically, its sits more by itself. What kind of mammals do you typically see?
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By ggary
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NS is a small Province, not as "rustic" as some places. Not a lot of tracts of wilderness due to many roads/highways that basically all follow the coastline or lead to it. Short shallow rivers, thousands of small lakes with mix of hardwood & boreal forest types. Low elevation - highest point is about 1800 ft.
Critters include small moose population, whitetails, black bear, eastern coyote, red fox, beaver, otter, mink, muskrat, bobcat, a few lynx in northern part of province, red squirrel, flying squirrel, striped skunk, short tail weasel, snowshoe hare, fisher, some pine marten, groundhog, lots of migratory & non-migratory birds.
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