I am experimenting with BadgerCam trying to record decent daylight badger videos, but Wilden Marsh badgers don’t like coming out of their setts until it is dark. I am seeing plenty of nighttime badger activity. I am hoping warm weather and increasing daylight will entice badgers into the light. This muntjac stag has a problem with lice, and the squirrel is having its lunch.

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I walked into this honeybee swarm this morning; they were all over me in seconds, but I didn’t get stung. Honeybees sense fear and attack if they feel threatened. Stay calm, and they will stay calm too; at least this proved to be the case for me.

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These are the video clips from BadgerCam, which is placed 200 metres from FoxCam in the Flooded Wood Pasture. The recordings were made between midday and 2 pm today. I think it is the same vixen captured by both camera traps. Notice how the vixen’s behaviour differs between each camera trap.

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I have FoxCam and BadgerCam helping me speed up the camera trapping of the Flooded Wood Pasture. This is BagerCam’s footage at around 10 am this morning. I don’t know what this vixen is scooping up and eating.

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After working my way through 185 boring15 second long video clips of mice, pigeons and crows, two otters came along to make my day worthwhile. I arrived a few minutes later to collect the memory card, so it is highly likely I scared them back into the river.

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