Posted on October 5, 2012
By Michael Griffiths
5th October 2012: He’s a big boy!
This brown rat triggered the camera 15 times.
Category: Wilden Marsh Nature Reserve Tags: Badger, Brown Rat, nature, Nature Photography., Photography, Wilden Marsh, Wilden Marsh Nature Reserve, wildlife photography
My-o-my, that is a BIG rat. Is that also known as a Norway Rat?
The second image is of the rat, Jim. The first images is of a bedger. 😀
That dirty rat. 😡 Well you got a badger!
The are many more badgers ti be bbe photographed yet. Phil. I expevt a few more rats will turn up, too.
Wow, you did catch a badger! I guess you may be able to tell I am reading backward.
Thanks, Kyle. I don’t mind in which order you view my posts. 🙂
AWESOME! You got the badger! The rat must want to go into show business 🙂
Thanks, Suzanne. That rat should be careful. The badger would eat it, given half a chance. 🙂
Yes, Suzanne, badgers will eat pretty much anything that they are able to catch. 🙂
Well done. Worth waiting for.
I have many badger images, Tom. At the moment, I am taking the images on my terms, and that’s a little more difficult. 🙂
I love the camera trap devices, I only wish they used better cameras on them for better quality images. That badger is impressive creature.
Better camera traps are out there, Mark; it’s a matter of how much spare money you have available.
One of my ambitions is to photograph a badger.
It’s not difficult if you are prepared to sit and wait outside a sett.
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