February 28, 2014
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My mum spotted eight buzzards circling and mewling over the wood in the sunshine the other morning. When walking in the wood you quite often disturb one roosting in a tree nearby, and with few leaves on the trees right … Continue reading
This week’s image of the week is this daytime shot of three deer, two does and one buck walking through the clearing that my trail cam was in.
February 23, 2014
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On a walk a few days ago my dog Jess didn’t coming back when we called her. After a quick scan of the woods around us we saw her nosing around with great interest. We thought it was deer scat … Continue reading
February 19, 2014
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It was an exciting day on Sunday, we went to Beaulieu Rd in the New Forest in the hope of catching a glimpse of a Dartford warbler or even better a photograph. Unfortunately we did not see one but we … Continue reading
February 19, 2014
by Charlie Hellewell
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Yesterday I sent Field Agent Charlie (aka Mum) and Field Agent Alex (brother) out to photograph snowdrops. They seem to be everywhere at the moment and form a stunning white carpet in many areas. They provide a beautiful backdrop to … Continue reading
This week’s image of the week is…..
This very large Fallow buck came through the path really close to my trail cam.
Come back next week to see the next “Image of the Week”!
February 14, 2014
Comments Off on Where have all the trees gone?
With the wet and stormy weather we have seen through December and January the woodland around us has changed dramatically in terms of the number of trees that have been broken or uprooted. Silver birches have simply fallen like skittles … Continue reading
Each week I plan to post the best footage from my camera trap. This week we noticed this young deer seems to only have one antler. Still has the downy fuzz on it too. I called it the ‘Rhino Deer’. I chose this because it is very interesting and unique.
February 9, 2014
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My name is Jackson Hellewell. I am 11 and I live in rural Mid Hampshire. I have always been interested in birds and wildlife and am lucky enough to live opposite an ancient woodland full of life. I am very … Continue reading