Thursday, 27 April 2017

A fox in the bluebells

I have been experimenting with the trail camera in the garden in the past few nights.  The fox turns up every night but getting it to stand in exactly the right place with the right expression is tricky.  The colour contrast between the fox and the flowers is just right.

It is interesting that wherever I put the camera, the fox is almost always looking at or towards it.  It must be able to see or smell or hear it.  The badgers, on the other hand, don't take any notice of the camera (or the flash), and are just as often facing completely the wrong way.


  1. Nice captures, Christopher. I find that drizzling chicken broth also has an attraction. Of course, nothing beats a good old chewable reward.

  2. Love the blue of the bluebells against the night.