Monthly Archives: July 2017

Blossom’s New Calf

The herd was in North Pond Pasture. I walked along the Northern Corridor. Rose spotted me and started that shrieking bellow for hers. Flanked by Tyson and Rocky, Blossom and her calf came out to meet me.  

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Blossom Has A New Calf

Blossom separated from the herd on Wednesday, so I knew she was about to give birth or her calf had already arrived. I searched the area that evening and found nothing. I searched yesterday and this morning, but again found nothing. … Continue reading

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All Quiet On The Eastern Front

Four of my five cams were quiet with all that rain we had overnight and this morning, and it hasn’t raised pond levels one iota; the marsh is thirsty. Cam1 snapped a couple of deer.

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Cam1

Cam1 is a small low resolution Scoutguard automatic camera trap that’s damaged: it shoots stills only. I use Cam1 to help me decide if it’s worth putting 1080p/HD camera traps out to shoot video. What cam1 and my other four cams … Continue reading

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Cam4

A selection of short video clips for last nights Cam4

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Hedge Bindweed Bloom and the Bumble

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The Cinnabars and the Soldier

   

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