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How do our product categories actually help prevent poaching, trespassing, theft, and/or vandalism?
Many of the trail cameras we offer have special features that make them perfect for property surveillance. Some can even be accessed online 24 hours a day! Other cameras also have separate units from the camera to which the camera sends an extra copy of the pictures it takes, allowing for less animal disturbance in sensitive locations where you may put your camera. One camera also has a GPS tracking unit inside it in case it is stolen...which may lead law enforcement right to the thief!
FOOD PLOT SEED:
A properly-placed food plot can do several things. Small plots along a travel corridor leading to nighttime feeding areas that may make them vulnerable during twilight hours can slow deer movement down enough to allow the sun to set before the animals reach areas where they might encounter opportunistic road poachers or neighboring hunters. Destination/nutritional plots near sanctuaries or other cover can minimize the need for long-distance daytime movements to meet their needs.
SCREENING VEGETATION and TREES:
Vegetation can be used in a variety of ways to hide wildlife to provide security for them. Bedding areas can be established utilizing different kinds of trees and grasses. Native Warm Season Grasses (NWSG) and trees can be planted to create optimal bedding areas in locations where they will find the most safety. Screens can also be planted to establish a visual barrier between neighboring properties and roads. Conifer trees, NWSG's, and tall-growing annuals can be a great deterrent for illegal activity by hiding pastures, crop fields, and food plots that may be otherwise be visible to the prying eyes of poachers. Establishing mast-producing groves of trees in areas where they can safely eat undisturbed can greatly enhance a property's ability to hold and protect your wildlife.
FEEDERS, FEEDS, and ATTRACTANTS:
Where legal and not a danger to spread disease, these tools can be used to attract animals to locations where they are safe from poachers.
Robotic decoys have notoriously been used in catching poachers. Countless road poachers get caught every year in their desperation to kill animals. Purchasing a decoy for your property will guarantee the tool will be available when you need it. Purchasing one and donating it to or allowing the use of it by local law enforcement can benefit everyone in your area being negatively affected by poachers, helping everyone in the fight against this unlawful act.
These tools can help manipulate the habitat and plant food plots to control, or alter the way deer utilize a property.
SIGNS (Coming Soon):
Placing signage along property boundaries can be a critical step in preventing unwanted trespass issues. In some places, an 'un-posted' property may not have many legal protections from trespassers. In some states, posting a property may be required in order to have any legal standing at all against trespassers. In any event, putting up signs announces your presence, so keep your property posted!
OPTICS (Coming Soon):
There may come a time when long-distance or nighttime surveillance may be necessary. Having the right optics will help you monitor what may be happening on your property while maintaining a safe distance from potentially violent (since the trespassers/poachers/vandals/thieves are already committing a crime) people.
FENCING (Coming Soon):
Utilizing fencing to manipulate wildlife movements can be a great strategy in reducing the inappropriate taking of wildlife. High fencing combined with low fencing can eliminate movement of deer into dangerous areas while funneling them into areas you want them to go. Electric fencing can be used in the same manner; however, it can also be used to keep them out of food plots while they are becoming established. High fencing with gates or panels that can be lifted/lowered can also control access effectively, but are usually more expensive.
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