Sean Hall’s trail-cams capture the critters of summer

A doe cools off in a pond near Cloquet in this trail-camera image by Cloquet’s Sean Hall. (Sean Hall photo)

Sean Hall of Cloquet has delivered a fresh batch of his trail-camera photos, and, as usual, they’re nice. Sean builds his own trail cameras, using point-and-shoot cameras to which he affixes the remote sensing devices and protective cases. He has several cameras out at any given time, all of them taking high-quality images.

This is his collection of summer animals. Take a look.

A beaver carries a branch on a summer night near Cloquet in this trail-camera image by Sean Hall of Cloquet. (Sean Hall photo)

A coyote pauses in a pasture near Cloquet. (Sean Hall photo)

A great blue heron fishes in a shallow pond near Cloquet. (Sean Hall photo)

A whitetail doe and fawn check in with each other during a summer night. (Sean Hall photo)

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