Wildlife Cameras that are really good

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Possibly not the action - cracker but definitely calming, decelerating and honest. :innocent:
I just came across this webcam by accident. And ... she sends pictures from my vacation country !!! I go there 3 to 4 times a year. Denmark. :innocent:

I still have to find out where exactly. I would like to mention that I do not always (often) tackle the handling of wild animals there. It concerns dealing with stray cats (I cook for them on vacation and donate to a German activist who takes care of castration), it concerns the hunt for wolves and the shooting of wild boars. There is currently no known wild boar population in Denmark. All wild boars were eliminated.
Still the tip with the camera. I'll try to find out more tomorrow.

Today: A fox roams

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And ...
18:35 A jay calls out and all the birds take cover.
Although he is a nest robber himself at times, he does a good job as a forest police. The reason - a little later a mouse buzzard can be heard. :nod:
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.... alpine swift cam. It is in Switzerland.


http://stream2.breitband.ch:8080/alpensegler/
The "baby" is still there today. Cute! :innocent:

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September 1st

Wildlife in the Forest - Denmark


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Raccoon dogs.
Parent animal with young animal?

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The timestamp is not fully visible when the camera is zoomed.

Crows alone or in pairs ...

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Fox ... :laugh:

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The magpie is very interesting. :book:

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What is it carrying away in its beak? Can it be snails? :puzzled:

Very comforting to follow this camera. :nod:
The brook babbles, many small birds pass by and the bigger ones can also be heard. Jay, buzzard (also a juvenile) ... Sparrowhawk.
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September 2nd

Previous catches:

Badger
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Fox :D
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Food for fox and raccoon dog ... :rolleyes:
It must be brown rats or something similar. Too small for mice.
In the tree?? :laugh:
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:mrgreen: ... brrr....
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Jay ...
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I try not to blow up the subject. It's not easy. :mrgreen:

Anyway, I would be happy to have an idea. :innocent:
Polly wrote: September 1st, 2021, 6:56 pm The magpie is very interesting. :book:

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What is it carrying away in its beak? Can it be snails? :puzzled:
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Polly wrote: August 31st, 2021, 8:16 pm The "baby" is still there today. Cute! :innocent:

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The little one is still there, no more in the nest, out of the cam view. I have the parents not seen the last two days. Most likely they are started their migration. Sometimes he/she is chirping so sweet as always. I guess the youngster is waiting near to the entrance hole. I'm worry about it. Hopefully the gene kick in her/him soon. :bow:

You found also a nice cam. :2thumbsup:
The nature needs us not, but we need the nature
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