My Trail Cam at Animal Scratchpost Is Dead After Capturing Wild Boars

I own five trail cameras. Four have semi permanent locations, one I use as a floating camera which I install where I feel it’s needed the most. Sometimes it’s as a second camera at a location with another cam, other times in new interesting places I come across which suggest there could be animal activity … Continue reading “My Trail Cam at Animal Scratchpost Is Dead After Capturing Wild Boars”

Wildlife Scratchpost Trail Camera Moved Because It Has Narrow FOV

The trail camera I have at the wildlife scratchpost introduced in this video has the best image quality of all the trail cams I own, but unfortunately also the narrowest field of view (FOV) of them all. I originally placed the camera on a nearby tree, which is where I would normally leave my cameras … Continue reading “Wildlife Scratchpost Trail Camera Moved Because It Has Narrow FOV”

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”

My Adventures at Injured Badger Hole – Episode 03

Having seen that the injured badger did not come out of the burrow the first night I left the food for him there, I returned to his sett (the actual name for the network of tunnels dug by badgers to live in) with more food. Because I live a simple life in the woods, I … Continue reading “My Adventures at Injured Badger Hole – Episode 03”