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Hi Bobbie0

Hog are notoriously clever at evading cameras – hence if you look back through forum entries you will find mention of invisibility cloaks! You might actually find that the camera is too close to the hog house. There is usually a slight delay between when the camera ‘notices’ something is there and when it actually starts working. Just enough time for a hog, mouse, etc. to nip in and out of a hog house. If that is the problem, you might be finding some ’empty’ images coming up from the camera?

I know it might sound counter intuitive, but I would try the camera a bit further away, if possible. Then there is more space/time space between when it’s triggered and the hog gets into the feed box. i.e. gives the camera more of a chance to capture something.