My camera was at lease 4'-5' off of the ground as well. The way we knew it was turkeys was there were pictures of the turkey looking right at the camera doing a selfie. How they are able to do it with the camera that high off the ground is anybody's guess. We are covered up with turkeys as well.
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I've had several ruined like that. You can buy frenzel lense material and repair them.
I've never had one ruined that was on a t post. Once I quit putting cameras on wooden posts or trees I haven't had any losses.
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Have had my place since 2011. Not until this year has a dang woodpecker pecked at the motion detection lens. My cams are in a kinda half box, attached with zip-ties and mounted on sawhorses. May have to go the t-post route.
Have had a problem with rats knawing the zip-ties in two.