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Year-Round Scouting Scent from Wildlife Research Center

New Active-Cam scent accentuates your use of trail cameras.

Year-Round Scouting Scent from Wildlife Research Center

(Press Release) Wildlife Research Center, the leader in scent and scent elimination, has now released Active-Cam, the year-round scouting scent.

With the increasing popularity of trail cameras, hunters and wildlife enthusiasts alike are looking for better ways to get more action faster at their trail-camera sites.

Whether it’s monitoring your deer herd throughout the year or just enjoy looking at the critters in your area; Active-Cam might be the perfect scent for you.

Active-Cam Scouting Scent, piques the interest of essentially all local wildlife, so you can see what’s nearby much quicker than setting up just a camera alone. This non-urine-based curiosity scent is a long-lasting formula that keeps getting action, even after wet and other poor conditions, so your cameras stay more productive between visits.


MSRP on a 4-ounce bottle of Active-Cam year-round scouting scent and a Magnum Key-Wick is $12.99.


Wildlife Research Center is known for its innovative products in Scents and Scent Elimination. They’ve been in business for 37 years; it’s their extreme passion, innovation and superior quality that has propelled them to be the leader in the category. It is the Gold Standard, and has a 100-percent money-back guaranteed direct by Wildlife Research Center.

For more information on the entire line of scent and scent elimination products from Wildlife Research Center, visit www.wildlife.com.

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