Google+

Scouting Cameras For All Walks Of Life

Although scouting cameras have a strong hunting pedigree, and while Covert Scouting Cameras will certainly capture images of big bucks and bulls, their uses aren’t restricted to the hunting crowd. In fact, more and more non-hunters are starting to recognize the value of a quality scouting cameras like the six models found in Covert’s product line, with new practical applications cropping up daily.

covert-scouting-cameras-logoFor instance, have you ever fretted over the possibility of someone breaking into your lakehouse or other property, or messing with expensive off-site farming equipment? Worse yet, has a break-in or act of vandalism occurred in the past leaving you with less peace of mind over future security? Either case calls for a Covert Scouting Camera placed strategically to capture license plate images on access roads or get a full-on picture of unscrupulous individuals looking to alleviate you of your hard-earned property. To take it a step further, Covert offers the Special Ops CODE BLACK camera that is outfitted with all of the features you would expect on a high end camera, but is also capable of sending images to your phone or email meaning you can monitor what is going on right now, which is a crucial in many security situations.

Covert Scouting Cameras aren’t only good for documenting illegal activity, they also provide a fun aspect to wildlife photography previously unavailable. Consider hanging a Covert camera on you bird feeder to capture images of nighttime visits from black bears or raccoons, or even daylight images of songbirds as they migrate through in the spring or the fall.

Enterprising scouting camera users are even placing cameras on their boat docks to photograph loons, or on their wood duck houses to catch the amazing sequence of events that leads from the young ducks taking their leap of faith to the water below. Have you located a fox den in the woods behind your house? Place a Covert camera nearby to catch all of the action and realize the excitement of sneaking in to check the camera and see exactly what has been going on in the wild.

In addition to the Special Ops Code Black camera, Covert Scouting Cameras produces five other models that will meet the needs of all types of users. In total, Covert’s six cameras range in price from about $110 to $350, with all boasting excellent trigger speeds, unprecedented battery life, and a one-year warranty. An extensive product line like Covert’s guarantees a quality option that will deliver as promised for the  right price. To further enhance your Covert experience, pair your chosen camera with a Tree 60 camera mount, which provides the best chance for getting the perfect shot no matter where you choose to hang your camera.

Whether you’re interested in keeping an eye on a distant property or showing the grandkids just what has been eating all of the flowers in your yard, a Covert Scouting Camera is the perfect choice.

For more information visit www.covertscoutingcameras.com.

Entertainment

For movies opening December 2, 2016

  OPENING THIS WEEK Kam's Kapsules Weekly Previews That Make Choosing a Film Fun by Kam Williams For movies opening December 2, 2016     BIG BUDGET FILMS Incarnate (PG-13 for terror, profanity, disturbing images, intense violence, sensuality and mature themes) Horror flick about an unconventional exorcist (Aaron Eckhart) who meets his match while attempting to free the mind of an 11 year-old (David Mazouz) possessed by a … [Read More its Good for You.....]

Books

Volume 2 of Yes Sir, Yes Sir, 3 Bags Full! – You Do NOT Want to Miss This

  Volume 2 of Yes Sir, Yes Sir, 3 Bags Full! – You Do NOT Want to Miss This Book Review by Amy Lignor What began in an unforgettable Volume 1—living Jerry Hall’s story and dealing with the heart-wrenching issues of the Viet Nam* War—continues here. The action of battle, fraught with the unending horrors that the “unwanted veterans” dealt with, grows even more painful. And as war comes closer to an end, what should have been peaceful … [Read More its Good for You...]

Art

The Day After the Day Of

  The Day After the Day Of by Paul Ilechko   The sky sheds its tears. This morning is the morning of the day after. The day of mourning, the day after the day of.  I beseech the sky to shed tears in order to wash away the tears on my face.   This is the first day of the time after. This is the beginning of a new time, the days of pain, the days of sorrow. We are in mourning. The sky looks down and sheds its tears for … [Read More its Good For You...]

Real Estate

New Home Sales Jump in April

  New Home Sales Jump in April By Burt Carey Sales of new homes hit their highest rate since 2008 in April, according to the Commerce Department’s U.S. Census Bureau. April sales increased 16.6 percent over March figures, which correlates to a seasonally adjusted rate of 619,000 home sales projected for the year. The median price of those new homes was $321,000, the highest median price ever recorded. That’s up 9.7 percent … [Read More its Good for You.....]

Lifestyle

Inside WildAid

  Inside WildAid by Amy Lignor   Donations can be made. Time can be volunteered. There are a great number of charities, organizations and hard workers out there who strive with everything they have to save the animals of the world. The National Wildlife Administration, the World Wildlife Federation – these are just two leaders that help keep our beloved species’ on the map. There is also an organization whose sole mission is to end … [Read More its Good for You...]

Outdoors

Skeeter Boats Comes Up with Cure for Cabin Fever

  Skeeter Boats Comes Up with Cure for Cabin Fever By Craig Lamb   If you are overdosing on TV fishing shows, mindlessly flipping through tackle catalogs, or feeling down and don’t know why, then you are not alone. Count yourself among most of the fishermen in the entire country. We have cabin fever. It’s common this time of year when hunting and football overtake wetting a line on the list of weekend priorities. Or, it’s just plain too … [Read More its Good for You...]

Sports

The Best & Worst (So Far) of the 2016 NFL Season

  The Best & Worst (So Far) of the 2016 NFL Season by Amy Lignor     Okay…we’re almost dead center, folks, so it’s time to sum up the best and silliest actions and reactions that the 2016 NFL season has provided fans thus far.   Analysts are always yapping, and most likely nothing they say will actually come true. However, right now almost everyone is agreeing to the fact that Tom Brady has a score to settle. Yes, … [Read More its Good for You...]

Business

Charity Begins at Home

  Charity Begins at Home by Amy Lignor   Turning a blind eye is easy for some; preferred by others. But the fact is that the bad doesn’t become good – in any area – unless eyes are open wide to not only see what’s occurring, but also to gain the knowledge needed to stop the bad from getting even worse. Remarks are made about “other countries” and what they do wrong when it comes to the harming of animals for profit. However, in … [Read More its Good for You...]

Travel

Exploring the Holidays Around the Globe

  Exploring the Holidays Around the Globe by Amy Lignor   Thanksgiving has been had. Games have been watched and the golden turkey has caused a great many belts to be loosened. So…here it comes!   From hanging the stockings on the chimney with care to the red-nosed reindeer who had to be there; from Santa heading down that chimney just right to lovely sleigh bells ringing softly in the night, the holiday season is a truly … [Read More its Good for You...]

Green Living

Forecasting Climate Change

  Forecasting Climate Change by Amy Lignor As with anything in this world, it depends on whose opinion or observations you trust as to just how bad climate change is becoming. As 2016 begins to wrap up, climate scientists, atmospheric physicists, chemists, oceanographers – you name it – no one can come up with any other explanation for climate change and the warming of our planet other than human activity. How fast is it happening? … [Read More its Good for You...]