I put this camera on a popular game trail in Leesburg, Va. It is a trail that leads to one of the fox dens I have another camera at.
A fox appeared of course, and was carrying a large meal. A muskrat was in its mouth, being dragged towards the den.
Muskrats are supposedly plentiful in this area, as Goose Creek is very close. Goose Creek is a small river flowing in Loudoun County. It is a tributary of the Potomac River, which flows past D.C. and empties into the Chesapeake Bay.
This camera had other visitors, including a skunk, deer, another fox, squirrels, and a single wild turkey.
Other good news is that I now have permission to camera-trap in Alexandria, Virginia on a very large piece of property.
I still have to decide if I will be able to make the drive down there once a month or so now since I have cameras in so many towns around here already.