All those deer are on the same 200 acres i bowhunt. Taken just this last year. I have hunted it for the last 4 years and every year get just as good or better sets of pictures. Actually, this year was kinda slow compared to most.
reeper - Sure, i don't mind sharing info at all. There are a few hunting sites out there that have a forum for homebrews. I started building them because i couldn't find any commercial cams that i like. At first you need to do alot of reading to get up to speed, but it's very easy. You need to buy a case such as a Pelican brand case to put everything in. Drill holes for the PIR and cameras flash and shutter. There are a few companies out there that sell the boards to run these cameras. The board turns the camera on when something passes the pir, then snaps a pic, and turns the camera back off again through wires into the camera. Breaking the camera open to solder the wires to certain points or sliding a ribbon cable in between another is called "hacking" the camera. It's really not that hard after doing it once. Most homebrews use Sony cameras. They seem the be the best when it comes to speed when powering up to take a picture. They have good flash and battery life. Most popular ones are the Sony P41, P32, S40, and S600. Although most any camera can be hacked, alot are not good canidates to use for one reason or another. The cameras i mention are not in production anymore so Ebay or pawn shops are your best bet. There are some new Nikons that are showing good results too.
Below is a picture of my last one, with a Sony P41 and a Snapshot Sniper board. I'll post a couple links to some of the forums, (you will have to register to see most of them), and some other links with alot of info. Any questions just ask. One of the links is a pictoral on how to build one. Just remember that it doesn't need to use that type of camera, or be set up the same way. The good thing is you can build it like you want it. Good Luck. Jerry.
Hope it's alright to post links to other websites here.