Wildlife Cameras

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Hare pops into view

We use wildlife cameras a lot for seeing what goes on around the reserve. It’s amazing what appears, particularly mammals when we are not looking.

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This Grey Squirrel quickly sat on watch protecting his good food supply of peanuts

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Any vantage point would do.

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This pair of Jays also have a taste for peanuts.

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The Grey Squirrel was keen to see them off.

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A Red Squirrel also was coming into feed.

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The Squirrels couldn’t stop all animals with a taste for peanuts!

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The camera was moved to the shoreline. The badgers are showing interest in otter spraints near the shore

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So to are the Otter mum and her cub. These cameras are giving us a good idea of where the otter territories are. This is one of two families along the east shore of Loch Leven.

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On my way back from setting up the cameras I spotted an out-of-place brown blob in the field.

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On closer inspection, I was not surprised it was a Hare.

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I spent a while trying to get a decent shot of the Hare in the field only to find another one closer to the road. This one sat looking at me for a while but……

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…eventually got bored and ran off showing off its lovely black centre to its tail.

 

 

About @jeremysquire

Naturalist living in Kinross-shire originally from Gloucestershire. Twitter @Jeremysquire
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3 Responses to Wildlife Cameras

  1. Dick Alderson says:

    Interesting what you can see with these cameras.

  2. Pattie Leonardis says:

    Thanks so much for sharing these great photos!

  3. David Alston says:

    Hi again Jeremy….cracking post here….Well Done you,

    Regards Dave.

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