Saturday, May 05, 2012

Fox on a Trail Camera

I picked up my trail camera on Friday evening, and here's some of the footage it captured; all taken between 7.37 and 8.56 p.m. on May 2nd:


Pretty sure this is a different Fox to the one in my previous post, as this is near the other den at the far end of the field.
I wish I'd taken my big lens out with me, because, as I was walking up through Singleton Park, I located a Tawny Owl, and was able to stand right underneath it as it hooted, before flying off toward Brynmill Park. Would've made a great shot, but I only had a smallish lens with me.
And then there were the approachable Wheatears on the beach earlier.
 Anyone else find they get the best photos opps. when they've left their gear behind?!

6 comments:

  1. I liked this blog, Jeremy!
    Cheers from Argentina.
    HD

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  2. Oh cool! You have a camera set up on the trail in the woods, so you wasn't there holding the camera filming this? Still, cool footage! =)

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  3. Must be beautiful to see the vox so close-up.
    Have a nice sunday Jeremy

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  4. Thanks for your comments. No, I wasn't there at the time. The Fox has a den about 10 yards from the camera, so I brought him closer with some catfood!

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