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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...

May 3, 2019

In the last line of my previous blog devoted to Limpy our resident vixen, I expressed a hope of seeing her cubs this spring.  Well you could have knocked me down with a feather when I checked my trailcamera on May 2nd to see the following (click on video).

I'm assuming...

April 13, 2019

I continue to monitor our local fox population and have been placing some food out to help the resident vixen who's had a long standing injury and is pregnant to boot.

We have 6 or 7 foxes visiting the field and the following video shows two foxes who clearly know each...

January 2, 2019

It's been ages since I've seen one of the Cambridge foxes during the day, so to say I was chuffed to see the beautiful male is an under statement.  He spent about 15 minutes in the field snuffling around and lounging about.  As is evident, he's in fantastic condition....

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...

January 22, 2018

Absolutely thrilled when I checked the trail camera this morning. On Friday I'd seen this pair of foxes hanging about in a field near work.  At the end of the day I buried some peanuts in front of the trail camera expecting to see some badgers.  Some badgers were capt...

September 5, 2017

It's been a while since I posted anything.  Thankfully I have some fascinating badger behaviour to share. For those you have search for signs of badgers, the presence of badger latrines is a huge give away, both to their presence and what they've been eating.

I placed a...

June 4, 2017

I left a small consumer trail camera at the back of my mother's garden while I was away on holiday.  I was thrilled to see that I managed to capture her local vixen plus its cub.

If only I could have captured it with my DSLR camera trap.  Another time maybe.

July 19, 2015

Christine and I had a fabulous evening at the badger sett.  Plenty of badger activity, a brief visit from a strikingly coloured fox (no photos unfortunately) and finally a Muntjac deer.


The following video was shot using a DSLR, hence the resolution improvement on the...

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