When something jars your camera trap it usually ruins the set that you so painstakingly composed.
Consider set # 394 at the Chimineas ranch last month.
My colleagues made the set to capture thirsty carnivores at one end of the pond, and they did a commendable job.
Besides the pleasing image of the buck and doe, the camera also captured one frame of this great horned owl, which I have cropped.
On day 19 of the set something bumped into the camera, and the frame changed from this:
The camera was then viewing a completely different and limited part of the pond.
This kind of thing has been known to evoke some rather colorful language.
In this case however we discovered that two other species of hooters were visiting the pool in the area less trafficked by deer and coyotes.
There was a single image of the barn owl,
and a western screech owl buzzed about and left 6 images.
It stands to reason that not all species use the same area of the pond.