The camera trap… discover as i discover

set up my trusty keepgaurd camera trap on Sunday in the hope of catching some of our more elusive residents Fingers crossed

and as i start to pen this i have no idea what’s on the memory card.. so lets see together.. number one is meThumbs down but at least it shows its set ok.

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next one is visitor number one, not long after it was set,

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then we have number two watching the first wee chap on the telegraph pole

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followed on day two by a lot of us doing stuff around the place Thumbs down

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we then had early morning visits but the dew from the grass obscured the photos, followed on Tuesday by a delivery of gravel.

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including us to work, other family visitors and wayward working collie dog. after all that activity you may think it would scare of our red friends but no Thumbs up

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this youngster was probably watching the comings and goings and i would hazard a guess that Mrs republic it working just beyond the gate in the garden when that was taken Open-mouthed smile

shortly after that, another delivery.

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followed by a neighbour on the cadge,,

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and then some chaffinch looking for bugs.

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in fact the run of 201 photos covered a lot of traffic, four wheel and four leg. this little camera has been one of my best buys for a long time. http://stuntcams.com/shop/keepguard-trail-camera-scoutguard-color-p-209.html

it wasn’t purchased from here but this is the camera

it just takes a little time to identify where to place it. it also doubles as a security camera and with a set of battery’s lasting up to six month it’s brill,,,

thanks to Paul http://lifeattheendoftheroad.wordpress.com/ for pointing me in the direction of windows live writer, i managed to stick this together in twenty minutes cheers that man.

more scribbles later TTFN..

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