Monthly Archives: October 2015
Mike Averill, Bill Foxall and myself busied ourselves, today, pollarding old, knarly, bent, twisted, and wood worm infested willow trees that have many holes, nooks, crannies, and splits in their trunks. I mentioned a couple of times my surprise at not having encountered wasp or hornet nests, only to find that I was sitting on top of one. All the tree rocking, banging and falling of many long branches, failed to worry the wasps; they continued flying in and out of… Read More
OtterCam recorded 60 minutes of video last night, featuring these animals. If I had wanted to capture this much nighttime content of these beasts, I think it unlikely that I would be able to do it.
I think that the red dog suspects he is being watched, but he doesn’t know from where or by what. Maybe he can’t figure out where the music is coming from.
Even though this camera trap has an invisible black multi-LED flash unit, the animals know it’s there.