After all the bad press, here is simply a photo of a fox, having a yawn.
I came home yesterday evening to see the fox bites off babies finger story all over the net, followed by Boris Johnson’s call for councils to do more about this ‘the growing problem of urban foxes’ which are a ‘a pest and a menace, particularly in our cities.’ Interesting that his party (The Conservatives for…
My Bushnell camera did something strange with all the reflective snow last night. When the sensor light came on, the light level was high enough for my Bushnell trail cam to switch to colour mode. This of course meant when the light went out it has resulted in just a black screen but I’ve edited…
Before all this snow arrived, I went for a walk around a frosty and sunny Wat Tyler Park, where I came across a fox hunting for food. I only managed one shot as it was partly hidden by bushes most the time, and between me and the sun, but I quite like it.
Another video from my bushnell trail cam, this time of 3 foxes.
I’m a big fan of foxes, but there is a downside to them appearing in your garden…lol (To be honest, cats are a bigger problem for this sort of thing!)
Some more fox action from my garden. Fox walking round, spotting us in the house and jumping a 6ft fence! fox jumps fence 8-1-13 from Neil Phillips on Vimeo.
BNeen putting the Bushnell Trophy Cam HD Max out in the garden and I tried a new spot and got this footage of a fox sniffing around and marking it territory! fox garden 7-1-13 from Neil Phillips on Vimeo.
My Bushnell Trophy Cam HD Max arrived yesterday so I put it up in the garden to see if I could capture the local fox and got this. Not bad, I’ll place it lower down in future. Im trying out the stills feature tonight so will probably have more to say tomorrow.
A few weekends ago I popped into Wildwood Trust near Canterbury, which is a wildlife park of UK animals. They are a big part of the beaver reintroduction scheme here in the UK, and have a few on site as part of their breeding programme. While I was there, ice had formed on their pond…