When I think Bushnell, I think of binoculars scanning the distance.
It seems the company has branched out beyond the distance-viewing glasses to sell trail cameras.
These cameras are normally strapped to trees and, triggered by motion detectors, used to capture big game on film. Deer are usually the focus in North America, while bigger game can be spotted on other continents. Here are some of the shots of nature captured by their cameras.
Now Bushnell is setting up a contest to reward $1 million bucks (in cash, not multi-pronged antlered deer) if one of their cameras produces a shot of Sasquatch.
Details are sketchy. It’s almost as if they don’t expect to ever have to award the prize money, but they do have the notice on their web site.
Good luck on your Bigfoot hunting expedition.
And, should you win, be sure to share some of that money with the Squirrel Queen for giving you the heads up on this contest.