A Tramp in the Woods
Well, it took six nights but in the end we did get results from the trail camera.
I have lots of beautiful animals to show you tonight. 485 more words
21 hours, 24 minutes
She’s doing her morning Yoga exercises…..;-)
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1 day, 13 hours
Fizz has been having a few problems with the livestock today, I’ll tell you about that in a minute. The day starts with feeding the animals. 730 more words
2 days, 21 hours
Mammals are normally very difficult to photograph. In the end of June, I was lucky enough to photograph a young Red Fox next to my home in southern Germany. 16 more words
Partridge, Pine, and Peavey
“I have noticed that many foxes, while crossing the open grassy valleys of central Alaska, carry their bushy tails turned up at an angle of about fifty degrees.
That is what it said on the BBC’s weather page this morning, “The MET office have issued a Yellow Snow Warning for Gloucestershire.”
Don’t eat Yellow Snow! 1,066 more words
1 week, 4 days
Jack Riggall: Student Mammalogist & Wombologist
I hope this makes an interesting first post to my brand new blog. It is to me at least. If you know me, you’ll know that I enjoy using trailcams to film wildlife and share the footage for everyone to see. 274 more words
2 weeks, 1 day