...some nefarious business is happening there when you and Phil are not around. Otherwise why the 24-hour surveillance?
When I was on the Conservation Commission in my town, and we decided to put together regulations for the use of town-owned conservation land, I fought (successfully) to have such properties oper to the public 24 hours a day. Nature also exists at night.
Indeed nature exists at night but vandals, pranksters etc go on the prowl at night, too, in many wooded areas. Without the camera (or at least the threat of it), dawn could bring a sofa, chair, bottles, cans and other rubbish dumped by a "submoron" avoiding fees. I have participated in the catching and fining of such behavior in Bow. A listed email/phone # seems fairly personal so an appropriate after-dark user might call. Even if no answer (likely), one could post one's attempt on the windshield and feel covered. I'd pee anyway (car as barrier regardless). I wonder what percentage of such signs are actually backed up by cameras.
I argued that, among other things, the concern about kids going in the woods and drinking wasn't going to be reduced by making sure that nobody was else there to see them.