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Brian the Fish

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This footage was taken last night in the rain, 20-second video shots with a 20-second gap between, so looks a bit jumpy.
The food is put out for the Badgers but the Foxes nip in first, but they know Badgers are on the way.
Food offerings are:- Left......Honey Nut Cornflakes..................Right.......Peanuts.

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This footage was taken last night in the rain, 20-second video shots with a 20-second gap between, so looks a bit jumpy.
The food is put out for the Badgers but the Foxes nip in first, but they know Badgers are on the way.
Food offerings are:- Left......Honey Nut Cornflakes..................Right.......Peanuts.

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Brain nice video. Sounds like you are near to a main road, how do they get into your garden. Mine is just about sealed of by fencing, so I only get Hedgehogs that squeeze under the gate.
 

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Hi Chervil, the boundary on the left is concrete posts with wire between them. The bottom garden boundary is a small dry-stone wall,easy access. Most times Beasties come from the bottom of the garden, from the flats in the video, or down my neighbour's drive and through the wire fence. There's no easy access on the right, a 6/8ft dry-stone wall.

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Our Hedgehogs have stopped visiting. We went from 3 to zero. The only thing eating the food were the birds, it looks like the cats have even got the mouse that came every night. I saw a large rat on it last week, so took the decision to stop putting the food out yesterday. The camera is still in place, so if they come back, I will start feeding again. Shame
 

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So what trail camera's would you recommend? I'm looking for a couple that, if strategically placed, will catch the beggars that's night fishing on the club waters and nicking the odd carp.
 

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I am using a CamPark T70, you also have to get a 32GB SD card and some batteries, I have 8 rechargeable ones.


Other retailers are available. :)
 

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I am using a CamPark T70, you also have to get a 32GB SD card and some batteries, I have 8 rechargeable ones.


Other retailers are available. :)
Looks nice, and not too bad on price. Thanks :upthumb:
 

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On the left is a stone with peanuts on it, centre is a bowl containing peanuts, right is peanuts scattered on the ground.
The Badgers normally arrive to the right of the camera but tonight they arrived from behind the camera.
Badgers don't like sharing food.

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