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    Blyth, Northumberland

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    Birds "please Add Yours"

    1st Cuckoo of the year, dull, misty and wet morning brightened up by him.
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    Birds "please Add Yours"

    Tawny Owl sitting in the hollow of a tree.
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    Tawny Owl - think female and fingers crossed on eggs
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    Attracting Badgers

    Thanks mate, I’ve got one of these https://www.amazon.co.uk/Victure-Wildlife-Infrared-Security-Surveillance-Green/dp/B074FVPTRQ and well happy with it, was just going to buy another the same but you reckon the Apeman is better value ???
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    Attracting Badgers

    I did wonder if they’d be a sett or two there but such a big area, what’s the chances of having a wander and you showing me where it is ???
  6. Brown hare with backdrop of yellow horse in full bloom.
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    Attracting Badgers

    He was some character, think the hide he built is a bit overkill mind ha ha... It could take me all spring/summer but I’ll get my photos, time to order another trailcam too.. cheers pal.
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    Attracting Badgers

    Thanks for all the replies gents, some good tips and some are just not my bag... I know from experience it’ll take some amount of effort and patience but I’ll get there, I’ve put peanuts and fruit down, also smeared some logs with peanut butter and fish oil so hopefully get some image in the coming months... Its definitely active
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    Attracting Badgers

    Would a dead rabbit do or raw chicken breast ??? Ive heard fish oil is good for luring them in ???
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    Attracting Badgers

    Hi all, can anyone tell me the best way to attract badgers please as I do a lot of wildlife photography and would love to capture them on camera. Ive been monitoring a sett for past week and put a good amount of peanuts and fruit out but nothing eaten. Definitely an active sett as I’ve got them on trailcam, seen one and fresh scat in latrines but I’m wanting to photograph them. Any help or advice appreciated.
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    Birds "please Add Yours"

    Northern Gannet - Bempton Cliffs
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    Myna bird - taken in Thailand.
  13. Whilst in Thailand we visited "Monkey Hill", on the outskirts of Phuket and popular for its families of wild Macaque monkey's that live in there scavenging and pillaging from locals and tourists that visit. The monkey's are very inquisitive and extremely confident of humans but certain individuals could be very aggressive and protective if thought to be under threat. This chap decided to jump on my back and do a little preening of my head and ears before grabbing my glasses and doing a runner, thankfully after a little chasing and gentle persuasion we traded them back for a shiny pen, a trip to the opticians then on the cards for a repair job.
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    Birds "please Add Yours"

    I’ll be driving and walking the Northumberland moors next week to see if there’s any about and paying a visit to see if me old mate from last few year is back yet
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