These live cameras are located in a small town in Northeast Pennsylvania near a Wildlife Management Area. Animals of a wide vareity will cross through this feeding area bordered by the headwaters of the Allegheny River. The Wildlife Management area is right across the Allegheny River seen on camera, this natural crossing trail system is heavily trafficed by wildlife, as the river is usually very shallow for the animals to cross over.
There is a 150lb barrel feeder filled with corn suspended and runs for 30 seconds every day at 5pm EST. This is just enough feed to keep animals crossing through but not enough to disrupt their normal browsing habits or diet.
White-tailed deer are most common in this area. A bachelor group of 10 or so white-tailed deer are known to stop through every night. There area also black bear, rabbit, raccoon, red fox, groundhog, birds, wild turkey or coyotes that roam this area of Pennsylvania. This area is not far from Elk Country PA, though wild elk are rarely seen in this area.
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