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Phoebe Parker-Shames 2h
Uh oh, I guess this raccoon didn’t like being on camera!
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Chloë Dalglish Jun 17
Giving individuals agency - making their own , capturing wildlife on their own tech, enhancing their connection to nature.
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TexasBirder 1h
This male Scott's Oriole has an insect in his beak. Think he was considering a little sugar water sweetener before taking off.
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TexasBirder 1h
Adult Scott's Oriole female stopping by the backyard hummingbird feeder for a drink.
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Alex Smith 6h
The grass keeps growing in front of the den! We raised the up the tree to see these two leaping after each other (or food!) 🦊 🦊
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sue Jun 15
photos of hummingbird, red-tailed hawk, weasel and badger all taken in Colorado.
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Solene Marion Jun 17
Nice views when I am checking my ! Which one is your favourite?
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Eric Ash - WalkingTiger Jun 17
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sue 8h
Not what I wanted to see on 'lizard cam' but my dog does do a good job showing part of the fluid dynamics process involved in dogs drinking water 😁. The captures lots of detail in the dog's tongue 😁
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Shropshire Wildlife Trust Jun 10
You don't have to go far to see some great wildlife for , as this footage shows from a garden in Telford last week. Badgers, mice, squirrels, doves and even a fox made an appearance! A huge thanks to Chris and Bob Morrison for hosting an Open Garden event.
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Nina Schönberg Jun 17
Inspired by I've set up a in my garden! Stay tuned! 🤞
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Jay Lombardi Jun 17
Not looking forward to picking up cameras today for my side project in 104 degree heat..thankfully they are mostly short walks from the truck.
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Reece Fowler Jun 17
Nice first, finally got a clip of a woodcock after a year and a half of having cameras in this wood/farm. Hopefully it won't take that long for another clip.
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sue Jun 11
The raccoon cubs with mum early this morning. The water bowl was almost empty when I changed camera cards this morning, I thought the deer had been by - it was nice to see it was the raccoons drinking and bathing.
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Chloë Dalglish Jun 17
Great stats! Before & after school visit & having a camera trap for a month - initially only able to name 3 wild UK mammals, after - double that amount & more diversity!
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sue Jun 14
'Lizard' cam is getting all sorts but not many lizards - Wasps, Clanger, the mouse and a moth? Raccoon cubs didn't come by but Notch, the raccoon did. (named after the notch on his right ear).
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National Zoo Jun 14
📸Camera traps in helps scientists track and monitor 🐴Przewalski's horses that have been reintroduced to the wild. The horses live in family groups made up of several mares, a dominant stallion and their offspring.
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Sarah Bassing Jun 15
Happy ! Here are a couple and photos from the to celebrate.
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True Nature Fnd Jun 16
An Asian black is filmed giving himself a nice , then tries to destroy the evidence by 'eating' the !
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sue Jun 12
Raccoon family out and about again early this morning. The water bowl was filthy when I cleaned it out this morning😁 ( I clean it out every day during Summer).
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