Attracting wildlife to your trail camera, like CamoCapture's WildShot™, is key to capturing stunning images of wildlife. Here are our top 5 tips for attracting animals and getting stunning photos and videos.
Use natural bait
Natural baits, such as fruits, vegetables or seeds, can attract many wildlife. Place them close to your trail camera, but not too close to prevent animals from detecting the camera. Be sure to choose bait suitable for the species you want to observe.
Select watering and feeding points
Animals need water and food to survive. Install your camera near a water point or a natural feeding area, where animals are likely to come to drink or feed. This will increase your chances of getting great images.
Take into account the season and the habits of the animals
Animals have seasonal habits, such as migration, reproduction or hibernation. Adapt the location and settings of your hunting camera according to the season and the habits of local species to maximize your chances of observing them.
Install olfactory attractants
Olfactory attractants, such as synthetic urine, animal glands or specific perfumes, can attract certain species of animals. Spray them around your hunting camera to stimulate animal curiosity and entice them to approach.
Be discreet and patient
When installing your hunting camera, exercise discretion and patience. Avoid leaving traces of your presence, such as garbage or human odors, which could frighten animals. CamoCapture's WildShot™ is discreet thanks to its 120° wide angle and motion detection up to 15 meters.
By following these tips, you will increase your chances of attracting animals to your hunting camera and capturing incredible wildlife footage. Remember that patience is the key to success.