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    • CommentAuthorkassandra
    • CommentTimeNov 24th 2009 edited
     

    Where are the current cams located? - The current 8 cams are located in the Ozark Mountains of north central Arkansas. We do not list the exact location for the protection of the wildlife. We will be placing new cams and also partnering with others to add new cams around the world as we grow.

     

    Is this placed fenced? - There is only one cam that shows wildlife in an enclosure and that is Deer Run cam. The deer in there are still wild in that they respond exactly like deer outside of the enclosure. These deer can not be released due to state game and fish regulations. All of the other cams are covering naturally free and wild animals. The area is not fenced but is surrounded by some very steep mountains and there is only one entrance in to the area.

     

    Did I just see an albino deer? - No, these are considered White Deer. They are similar to albino deer, but do not have the pink eyes and nose. The white deer have regular brown eyes and noses. For more info, please check out the White Deer link under thee Animals page (link at top of page).

     

    Do you restrict access to the reserve / allow hunting here? - The only people allowed to enter the reserve are the caretakers and engineers. The reserve is strictly locked down so as to not have a negative impact on the wildlife and so you can see nature at its best.

     

    Why are there some deer at Deer Run with half or no tails? There was a large buck in there who was biting off the other deer's tails. He was quite mean. He went after everything. It was the strangest thing. Anyway, we have not seen any new ones lose tails this year, so we assume something has happened to him. Grew up perhaps.

     

    more questions and answers coming...

    • CommentAuthoreiguoc
    • CommentTimeNov 30th 2009
     

    Thank you for the tail result.

    • CommentAuthorBradra
    • CommentTimeApr 18th 2010
     

    I have been unable to see any camers for several.  Is it my puter?

     

    Bradra

    • CommentAuthortoveybunny
    • CommentTimeApr 18th 2010
     

    no it is not your computer, if you read some of the post on deer run you will see that alot of us are having problems

    • CommentAuthorm411b
    • CommentTimeOct 20th 2010 edited
     

    Great Site!

    • CommentAuthortpc55
    • CommentTimeDec 14th 2010
     

     Is there a map of sorts, which shows each cam and feeder location relative to the others? I know DR is close to BP since I can hear the swans and geese from DR, but I can't tell in which direction it is? Just curious.

    • CommentAuthoreiguoc
    • CommentTimeDec 16th 2010
     

    No Map

    • CommentAuthorbandit
    • CommentTimeDec 27th 2010 edited
     

    nice job

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    Hi...I just joined, went to the photo link, can see small thumbnails of a nice group of pictures, but when I click to enlarge, nothing happens.   Is this an oversight or what? thanks........

     

    • CommentAuthoreiguoc
    • CommentTimeDec 22nd 2011
     

    Depended what you use. Firefox you will have scroll upwards to see the pic you clicked. IE will show it right where you clicked. Google chrome, no idea

    • CommentAuthoreiguoc
    • CommentTimeJan 27th 2012 edited
     

    This is what I've been getting across usee before cam kicks in & on other cam sites. The first pic is what I get on Usee

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      MWSnap163 2012-01-27, 06_33_47.jpg
    • CommentAuthorsam1028
    • CommentTimeOct 2nd 2012
     

    I cannot see any images. Just a plain white screen.

    I checked my java and flash, but still get the samething. I was here about a week ago, and had no problems seeing anything.

    Is it something will your site, or do I have some type of computer problem ?

    Thanks