I finally remembered my trail cam and put it out on Tues eve.
Enter stage right...
Then the not so pink moon and a Mallard early morning
Other half turns up to keep an eye
the morning alarm call arrived
Last night the Hoggie turned upon again.
Along with the early morning alarm call
"Each kindness shown to birds or men is sure to flutter back again"
2013 photos & vids here
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Lot to learn
Brilliant captures Tony.
Those cams reveal a whole host of visitors, night and day.
Wendy uses one as her Hoggie Cam, I've also got one in the garden, though lately there's been nothing exciting to share.
The video capture on those Bushnells is very good.
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Tony T said:and then charge the batteries.
I got round that problem Tony by adapting mine to run off the electric, was a bit of a faff as couldn't get the proper kit from America but there were enough online specs to be able to get DIN plug from a UK very helpful supplier, just had to shave it down a bit to fit ... other half knows about stuff like that, then shave it a bit more so that tripod fitting would work!
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