Caught on camera

Posted on Friday, March 30th, 2012

We have several motion-sensitive cameras set up around the project release sites. Their main purpose is to provide information about the movements of foxes at night. They can also record the activities of bustards, ailment both by day and by night, order giving us an insight into behaviour we would not normally be able to see. Lots of other animals pass by too, sildenafil and the picture below is a selection of the things we have seen. Going clockwise from the left hand side, there is a roe deer, a badger, a buzzard, a tawny owl, a great bustard, a fox and a red kite.



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Andrew Taylor

Posted by Andrew Taylor

Andrew has worked for the RSPB in Wiltshire for three years, mainly as part of the Wessex Stone-curlew Project. In March 2011,he joined the LIFE+ team.

One Response to “Caught on camera”

  1. rona andrews says:

    Like your pictures Andrew.

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