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TWO HOGS AND A MOUSE

It’s not unusual to see more than one hedgehog in the garden , we have four regular visitors and most nights three hedgehogs normally take advantage of our free accommodation. We also have a resident mouse , who makes the odd appearance on film. However last night was the first time we have captured the mouse on film with another garden resident…..


The mouse looks vert cautious, obviously not keen on sharing a food bowl , the hedgehogs on the other hand don’t seem bothered at all by the little visitor. In fact nothing seems to bother the hedgehogs at all.

WOODY

One of the highlights from our first year at the meadow hide has been watching the Great Spotted Woodpeckers come and go and raise their young.

ROBIN

Who doesn’t love a Robin ? Want to get to know the robin a little better ? click here

WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHY , MY TOP TIPS

“Regarding the creative: never assume you’re the master, only the student. Your audience will determine if you’re masterful.” ― Don Roff The one question I’m often asked is what’s you top tip for wildlife photography ? For me personally it’s a difficult question to answer, probably because I don’t think of myself as a wildlife photographer. In […]

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