Monthly Archives: November 2011

Grunting and groaning in the night.

(Click on image to enlarge) 28th November 2011: It wasn’t particularly dark on the marsh this evening. In fact, visibility was quite good. It was a very still and quiet evening. The temperature was 12 degrees Celsius (54 degrees Fahrenheit). … Continue reading

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A very windy day on the marsh.

We are having windy weather here at the moment. I think today might be my last opportunity to photograph the marsh autumnal colours. The remaining leaves will likely be blown from the trees and bushes if I wait any longer. … Continue reading

Posted in Badgers, Buzzards, Ladybirds, Macro Photography., Rare Breed Cattle, Shetland Cattle, Wilden Marsh Nature Reserve, Wildlife Photography | 2 Comments

My remote cameras.

(Click on images to enlarge) 24th November 2011: Following Dave’s and The Wildlife Man’s comments on my previous post, requesting information about remote cameras: Remote cameras, trail cams, camera traps, or whatever you prefer to call them, are specialized automatic … Continue reading

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Death at Fox Hollow.

21st November 2011: It has rained for most of the day; I am not complaining, the marsh needs the water. We all need the water. The marsh animals don’t mind being out in the rain, and neither do I. I … Continue reading

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Just another ordinary day on the marsh.

18th November 2011: It was sunny first thing this morning and I looked forward to a decent photography day. By the time I got myself on to the marsh it was 10am and the sky had turned from bright blue … Continue reading

Posted in Buzzards, Cormorants, Foxes, Great Spotted Woodpecker, Nature, Pigeon, Wilden Marsh Nature Reserve, Wildlife Photography, Woodpeckers | 2 Comments

The day after Bonfire Night.

(Click on image to enlarge) 6th November 2011:  It has been warm and sunny on the marsh today. The air was full of gnats. A small number of other flying insects were busy drawing out the last of the nectar … Continue reading

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Remember, remember the Fifth of November, the Gunpowder Treason and Plot.

5th November 2011: The marsh water level has risen significantly over the past week. The Shetland cattle have moved from the north end of the marsh. The River Stour water level is high. A large amount of flotsam and jetsam … Continue reading

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