Tag Archives: Wildlife photography

Scarlet Tiger moths – Day 15

Day 15 of 30 Days Wild Around 8pm last night straight opposite my house around 70 Scarlet Tiger moths appeared. Some flew high around the trees, other fluttered around on the ground, while a few paired up on leaves and … Continue reading

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Walk in the woods – Day 12

The woods are now every shade of green imaginable. On a slow walk through the woods I noticed the bluebells from last month have been replaced by uncurling bracken. The trees now heavy with leaves of many shapes and sizes. … Continue reading

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Fox cubs

Barely taller than the Bluebells themselves, three fox cubs play while their mother watches over them. I slowly creep closer until I’m hiding behind a tree trunk that conveniently splits into two giving me an ideal viewing point.     … Continue reading

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Foxes

Red Foxes (Vulpes Vulpes) are a member of the Dog family, but have many similarities to cats, being mainly solitary and using a pouncing method of hunting. As well as communicating using body language and facial expressions, foxes communicate using … Continue reading

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Neighbourhood mammals

Back to school this week so I’ve not been able to get out much with my camera. I heard a rustling amongst the dead leaves, expecting it to be a blackbird searching for food, I was surprised to see a … Continue reading

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Badger identification

Identifying my local badgers can be difficult. After spending so much time with them and watching so much footage of them from the trail cameras, I can nearly always work who is who. With the adults it is not only … Continue reading

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Spring mammals

I’ve spent a lot of time each evening with the Roe deer over the past week. As the sun sets it is such an amazing sight to watch as each ray casts a golden light through what will become a … Continue reading

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