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North east scotland camera trapping

Behind the Spy: North East Scotland Camera Trapping

    Behind the Spy: North East Scotland Camera Trapping By Kat Holmes // Rose Toney runs the very successful North East Scotland Camera Trapping Community on Facebook. We have had serious camera trapping admiration for this group for a long time now, so we were very excited when Rose agreed to be interviewed. We certainly …

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Warthog

SafariSpy: bird brains and warthogs

   Back to SafariSpy SafariSpy: bird brains and warthogs By Kat Holmes I took the camera trap back to the Waterberg mountains to see if I could do better than last time. Obviously practice pays off, I found a great spot where wildlife was passing between the campsite area and the nearby waterhole. Helmeted guinea fowl …

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Bushnell Trophy Cam Aggressor 119776 review

New 2015 Bushnell Trophy Cam Aggressor Review

Looking for a review of the new 2017 Bushnell Aggressor trail cameras? Click here to read Bushnell released two new models of their Trophy Cam camera traps this May, and we’ve finally got our hands on two of the variations (model 119776 and 119774) to put them through their paces for a thorough review. The …

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Vulture restaurant

SafariSpy: A restaurant for vultures…

 Back to SafariSpy SafariSpy: A restaurant for vultures… By Kat Holmes The SafariSpy camera trap has been out with Dr Paul Bartels, a lecturer and veterinarian at the Tshwane University of Technology. Paul has set up a vulture supplementary feeding site or “vulture restaurant” on his land in the Magaliesberg mountains near Pretoria. This site offered a …

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Hedgehog watching with camera traps

Things that go bump in the night: garden hedgehogs under surveillance

It’s Hedgehog Awareness Week and we decided to celebrate by asking Henry Johnson, Hedgehog Officer for the People’s Trust for Endangered Species, to write a guest blog. The People’s Trust for Endangered Species and the British Hedgehog Preservation Society jointly run ‘Hedgehog Street‘, the only national campaign to save the hedgehog. It involves getting people to work …

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