Say hello to Malcolm the Mallard - Anas platyrhynchos The mallard , dabbling duck can be found throughout the Americas, Europe and North Africa and has been introduced to New Zealand, Australia and South Africa. The male birds or drakes have a glossy green head and are grey on wings and belly while the females called [...]
So a simple game ,where is the egg ? a) under the white paper bowl , b) hiding under the black plastic container or c) the actual egg placed in between the bowl and container.............. The correct answer is all three, so why did Peanuts walk past the egg on the ground and eat the [...]
All the usual gang here tonight , Peanuts doing her thing , hoovering up the nuts , Eggie the egg thief, still collecting eggs and Limpy back for the first time in a couple of nights. It's been a month of filming the foxes and last night we tried to mix it up a [...]
Technical ability , Field craft or just plain Luck by Bob Brind-Surch, professional photographer and naturalist . http://www.naturesphotos.co.uk I often hear debates between photographers as to which is the most important for successful wildlife photography – field craft or technical ability. In addition there is often quoted retort ‘isn’t it all just down to luck [...]
Dreaming of daisies by Jo Angell As I turn my calendar to April I realise why this is one of my favourite photo's I've taken. A very simple image but one that remains a firm favourite for me, it has the cuteness factor and always makes me smile as I remember the magical encounter of [...]
So the foxes as starting to get into a routine, creatures of habit. I'm still not sure how many visitors we are getting each night , but I think it's at least four different foxes. One individual sticks out from the crowd and I've given her the name "peanuts". Mainly because she makes straight for [...]
Fox Cam, not just for foxes . We had several foxes last night visiting the garden from 7.30pm to 4.50am , as well as two cats, two police cars ( at 2.30am ) oh and a mouse !