Moultrie Mobile is excited to announce that it has partnered with Dr. Grant Woods and the Growing Deer TV team. Moultrie Mobile transforms the way you hunt, much like Woods and the Growing Deer TV team help landowners transform their hunting properties.
Woods is a wildlife biologist who specializes in deer and turkey management. In Growing Deer TV’s weekly episodes, Woods presents complex research-backed wildlife and land management methods in an accessible manner for every hunter. However, it’s not just his ability to share this information that makes him a leader in his field. Woods implements new and proven habitat techniques on his 2,500 acres of rugged and rocky Ozark Mountain property known as The Proving Grounds. From prescribed fire to timber stand improvement to soil health and foodplots, Woods gives landowners the confidence and knowledge to tackle habitat management projects on their own ground.
“I really enjoy learning when, where, and why deer and turkey are active,” said Woods. “Moultrie Mobile cellular trail cameras in combination with the Moultrie Mobile app allows me to learn about the conditions that result in deer and turkey activity where I hunt. This easy-to-use tool will increase my understanding of deer behavior and enjoyment while I’m in the field. That’s why I’m extremely excited to partner with Moultrie Mobile!”
The Proving Grounds is the ideal location to run Moultrie Mobile cellular trail cameras, including the new Base cell cam. The rugged topography blanketed with lush foodplots and bedding cover provide ideal locations and travel corridors to gather 24/7 intel on deer and turkey behavior on the property. and team will be able to use Activity Charting in the Moultrie Mobile app to view and decipher trends in animal movement based on time, temp and moon phase. Using the powerful Moultrie Mobile app and cameras, Woods will be able to share new insights about scouting and trail camera placement — helping people enjoy their hunting properties even more.
“We are excited to partner with Dr. Grant Woods and his team,” said Daniel Wilson, GM of Moultrie Mobile. “Not only does Dr. Woods have the expertise to offer tremendous insight into better ways to use our products, but we share in his passion for wildlife and helping others be successful while enjoying their time in the field.”
Woods and his team will be operating the new Base Cellular Trail Camera at the Proving Grounds. The Base offers 24MP images, video with audio, 80-foot detection and invisible flash range, 0.75-second trigger speed, a 2-year warranty and is compatible with external power accessories. Offered in Verizon and AT&T models, the Base sends images and videos from the field to the Moultrie Mobile app.
The Moultrie Mobile app features:
- Unlimited plans as low as $7.99 per month when adding multiple cameras to a single Pro Series plan
- Annual plans offer more dollar savings for year-round power users
- Free unlimited cloud storage — no purging of images after 30 days
- Activity Charting lets you see which camera locations have the highest traffic for bucks, does, and turkeys based on the time of day, temperature, and moon phase
- Species recognition (buck, doe, turkey, person, vehicle, and just released bear, bobcat, coyote and hog) with SmartTags for advanced image filtering and customized alerts
- Maps for hunt planning and property management
- Weather Forecast designed for hunters, with hourly and daily forecasts providing all the data points you need as you head to the field
- All advanced features are free for all users without upcharges or extra club membership fees
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