Spring 2016 Game Cameras


Biodiversity is Good, not Bad

Because plants need animals as much as animals need plants, a biodiverse plant community requires a biodiverse animal community. Conventional wildlife “management” and “conservation” theory says that most of the animals, and especially the predators pictured below harm “native” plants and animals, through “competition”, and should be reduced if not removed altogether to “help” favored species like bighorn, deer and pronghorn.

We review 5,000 game photos every month. We post a few of the most interesting. The pictures below show that the biodiversity which Big Wildlife says is hurting wildlife and habitat, is in reality very good for both.


West Rim: Desert Mule Deer, Bobcat, Grey Fox (or Coyote), Alpacas, Coyotes, Javelina, Hawk

17 Windmill (Desert): Mule Deer, Javelina

Two Section Rim (Mountains on escarpment): Desert Bighorn Sheep & lambs, Desert Mule Deer, Javelina, Golden Eagles, Rocky Mountain Elk

Bezos Rim (Mountains): Desert Mule Deer, Desert Bighorn Sheep & lambs, Golden Eagles

Box Canyon Rim: Desert Mule Deer, Golden Eagles, Llamas, Desert Bighorn Sheep

Bull Pasture (Desert): Desert Mule Deer, Jack Rabbits, Whitewing Doves

Lobo Tank (Desert): Scaled Quail on water trough, Coyotes, Rocky Mountain Elk, Desert Mule Deer, Javelina

Meadows (Mountains): Coyotes, Pronghorn, Desert Mule Deer, Desert Bighorn Sheep

West Pasture: Golden Eagles, Desert Mule Deer, Desert Bighorn Sheep & lambs

Oncie’s Fenceline (Mountains): Desert Mule Deer, Desert Bighorn Sheep, Javelina, Desert Bighorn Sheep & lambs, Coyotes, Rocky Mountain Elk 

Wood Canyon: Desert Mule Deer, Desert Bighorn Sheep & lambs

Sheep Tank: Pronghorn, Desert Mule Deer, Roadrunner, Scaled Quail, Desert Bighorn Sheep

West: Golden Eagles, Desert Mule Deer, Desert Bighorn Sheep & lambs




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