My Adventures at Injured Badger Hole – Episode 10

The dominant feature of Episode Ten of My Adventures at the Injured Badger Hole is a loud roar of an elusive animal. I speculate in the video that it could be a deer, as roe deer (Capreolus Capreolus) are known to bark like that, but alarm calls made by red foxes (Vulpes Vulpes) can also … Continue reading “My Adventures at Injured Badger Hole – Episode 10”

My Adventures at Injured Badger Hole – Episode 09

Day 13 at the injured badger hole turned out to be really nippy. With temperatures at -10 degrees Celsius and a heavy fog shrouding the area and thus blocking the sun, video recording with my palm sized Canon camera was a challenge. There’s no way to operate the camera with gloves on, and without gloves, … Continue reading “My Adventures at Injured Badger Hole – Episode 09”

Animal Scratchpost – Tree Used by Wildlife to Scratch Itchy Furs

In the woods where I live, I have several locations used by the animals where they aggregate in order to scratch their itchy furs. They tend to use coniferous trees for that purpose, quite expectedly because unlike most deciduous trees, the conifers have rough barks. I call the trees the wildlife rub themselves against “scratchposts“. … Continue reading “Animal Scratchpost – Tree Used by Wildlife to Scratch Itchy Furs”