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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...

December 1, 2018

I've been working on this for a while and finally it's ready.  Go to the Camera Trap menu and click on Build Your Own.  Hope you find it helpful.

November 23, 2018

For the couple of weeks I've had the absolute pleasure of watching badgers out of the window where I work.  It started when I noticed the appearance of a badger at approx. 5:30pm on my trail camera.  I hadn't appreciated that the badgers were moving along the side of t...

September 20, 2018

Finally had the chance to spend a few days back in Wales, where I have access to some private woodland.  The foxes here provided some amazing camera trap images back in May, so I've been trying again.  It must be said that the weather has not been too kind with storms...

August 4, 2018

This image a 3 weeks old.  I captured it just prior to going away to Russia for 3 weeks.  Having taken literally hundreds of images of badgers with their noses in the dirt, I'm trying to capture some more unusual images.  First attempt produced this lovely behaviour....

July 15, 2018

Almost two hundred so, so camera trap images of badgers, mostly nose in the dirt, then one showing some new behaviour.  This female was caught having a good scratch.

These badgers are extremely relaxed with the flashes.  I always run a consumer video trail camera at the...

July 8, 2018

Every so often the consumer camtraps I use turn up something fascinating.  In this case it was the interaction between a badger and a fox.  This video was captured near where I work, where I've been photographing and viewing the local badgers, foxes and deer for quite...

June 14, 2018

While I'm still sorting my images from India, I've been deploying my Camera Trap for Cambridge's wonderful wildlife.  I'd hoped to catch the fox cubs but only managed one image which wasn't great as one of the flashes failed (loose connection between trigger and flash)...

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