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September 16, 2019

It's been pretty full on since starting the bear viewing/photography.  Long evenings and nights in the hides (14-15 hours), but worthwhile. The days are shorter than we expected, with a few hours to walk around the local area, go running in our case, and also use the b...

September 12, 2019

After what seems like an endless stream of fox images, I finally have something different to show. European Brown Bears.

We are in Finland, near the Russian border, at a place aptly named, Wild Brown Bear.  The following couple of images of a large female bear were take...

August 26, 2019

We are approaching the period when our fox cubs will start to disperse from their natal territory.  The cubs are five months old and are already the size of their mother, bigger in some cases.  It's hard to believe how quickly they have grown.

Out of the eight cubs...

August 13, 2019

I had a fabulous 30 minutes sat on the edge of the field in plain sight of Malik while he foraged. I was sat on the ground hiding behind my camera on a low tripod. He was aware I was there, but clearly as I didn't reveal my silhouette he was happy to tolerate the stran...

July 26, 2019

Our wildlife is under a lot of pressure at the best of times but they really struggle during hot weather.  When there's so many people around they can be restricted from accessing water during day.  During the UK's recent record heatwave (July 2019) we've been providin...

July 22, 2019

After a month away I was delighted to see that the Cambridge fox family are all safe and well, but my how they've grown.

While the adults are rarely seen during the day the cubs are present every evening, some times all of them together.  A colleague is now confident sh...

June 16, 2019

Unfortunately, I'm having an enforced break from the extended Cambridge fox family, as my day job takes me abroad for the next 4 weeks.

The last week has provided further insight into the make up of the extended fox family.  I've finally witnessed Auntie nursing a cub,...

June 9, 2019

The cubs are becoming more and more active.  Their behaviour is changing as well.  They are becoming less naive and more skittish, much more like their paraents.  Their play, while being incredibly entertaining to the viewer, is often resulting in fractious scuffles....

June 2, 2019

The more you observe, the more you discover.

Throughout May we've witnessed the close family bonds of our local fox family.  The doting father, Imposture, watching over the cubs.  White Eye, the hard working mother, invariably out hunting but remarkably patient when she...

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