Trying to figure out the best place to set up your deer stand? Putting trail cameras in various spots throughout your woods will show you the places frequented most often by deer. They might also give you a heads up about that bobcat that has been seen in your neck of the woods. It is a privilege to own property. After all, they're not making any more of it. If you own land, you want to do everything you can to protect it. Perhaps this means watching out for two-legged animals. Using trail cameras will allow you to have eyes on your property all the time. You'll be able to catch that pesky neighbor who can't seem to stay on his side of the fence or the trespasser who knows about your prime hunting ground.
If you have suspicious activities going on around you or you're just curious to see what is roaming your property, trail cameras are the answer.