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First ever images of pine marten in Yorkshire, by NatureSpy

NatureSpy find the Yorkshire pine marten!

First ever images of pine marten in Yorkshire The first ever images of a pine marten living in Yorkshire have been captured. A single male pine marten was captured by NatureSpy on a wildlife camera trap on Forestry Commission land on the North York Moors. This is the first confirmed record of pine marten in …

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2017 Browning Recon Force Extreme review front screen

2017 Browning Recon Force Extreme Review

2017 Browning Recon Force Extreme Review Our Rating: Overview The 2017 Browning Recon Force Extreme has stormed its way to being pretty much our new favourite camera trap. The video quality day and night is superb, better than we’ve seen on any camera so far, and photo quality is very solid. Trigger speeds, particularly for …

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Browning trail cams available in the UK from NatureSpy

Browning trail cams now available at NatureSpy….

We’re delighted to say that NatureSpy are now the official UK distributors of Browning Trail Cameras. And we’re pretty excited. The 2017 Browning camera traps have a very interesting feature list; one that puts them firmly head-to-head with the new Bushnell cameras. Released in mid-March, we currently have 4 of the most popular Browning cameras available; …

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New 2017 Bushnell Trophy Cam Aggressors

New 2017 Bushnell cameras released

[su_note note_color=”#ffffff” text_color=”#34322c” radius=”5″] New 2017 Bushnell cameras released The new 2017 Bushnell camera traps are finally here.  Released in mid-March, the new cameras are an update to the highly-popular Aggressor and Essential E2 models. These new Bushnell’s offer a host of upgrades, including exciting new features like ‘Dynamic video’ and some models now have …

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erythristic badger

A ghostly badger… or just erythristic?

Deescover Project on BBC Radio Wales https://naturespy.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/Good-Morning-Wales-1.mp3 NatureSpy’s new Deescover Project has been featured live on BBC Radio Wales. On Tuesday 6th December, NatureSpy’s James McConnell spoke to Sarah Easedale live from a woodlands near Ruthin, where camera traps are currently installed for the project – and you can listen again above. James speaks to …

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