Red Deer Stag (Cervus Elaphus) Takes Nap in Broad Daylight at Lower Scratchpost

Good things come in threes? Well, this was the second. So one more, then? Previously, a lone Red Deer female (Cervus Elaphus), known as a Hind, turned up at the lower scratchpost, scratched her head a little and then sniffed the trail camera I have set up there. This time around it was a lone … Continue reading “Red Deer Stag (Cervus Elaphus) Takes Nap in Broad Daylight at Lower Scratchpost”

Skittish Fox Finally Enters Injured Badger Sett, But Double Hole Mystery Remains Unsolved

The skittish fox who came to check out the injured badger’s sett several times, and one time was about to enter it, but skittish as he is, took off in the last moment, returned to the injured badger’s hole and finally entered the sett. This is the first animal entry into the sett of the … Continue reading “Skittish Fox Finally Enters Injured Badger Sett, But Double Hole Mystery Remains Unsolved”

Injured Razorback Matriarch Brings Her Boar Family to Upper Scratchpost

The family of razorback wild boars (Sus scrofa) lead by an injured matriarch recently showed up at the lower scratchpost and used it to ease the itch on their furs. This time around, the same family turned up at the upper scratchpost and did the tree as hard as they’re notorious to. The video is … Continue reading “Injured Razorback Matriarch Brings Her Boar Family to Upper Scratchpost”

Trail Cam Footage of Red Deer Hind Scratching Head and Sniffing Camera

A Red Deer hind (Cervus elaphus) turned up at the lower scratchpost, used the tree to scratch her head and then, curiosity got the best of her and made her sniff the trail camera to see what the heck that thing on the nearby tree was all about. A “hind” is what a female red … Continue reading “Trail Cam Footage of Red Deer Hind Scratching Head and Sniffing Camera”

Compilation of European Badgers Caught on Trail Cam at Sett Entrance in Fall

This is the first video I produced which contains animal footage only, without my talking. I also kept the original audio recorded by the trail camera, without using a music track. If it looks like it’s more appreciated than the way I made my previous videos, I will make more of these. The video is … Continue reading “Compilation of European Badgers Caught on Trail Cam at Sett Entrance in Fall”

Injured Badger Hole Saga Takes Unexpected Turn

My Adventures at the Injured Badger Hole saga went on for 14 episodes. I have concluded the adventure in Episode 13, but made one more episode in order to return the area to the state it was in before I started my attempt to save the life of the injured badger. That was it, and … Continue reading “Injured Badger Hole Saga Takes Unexpected Turn”

Trail Camera at Lower Scratchpost Films Wild Boars, Red Fox and Roe Deer

The lower scratchpost is only about 500 meters from the location of the injured badger’s hole. When I visit one, I usually visit the other one as well. The trail camera I have at the lower scratchpost is the best one I have, in terms of image quality and reliability. It does have a downside … Continue reading “Trail Camera at Lower Scratchpost Films Wild Boars, Red Fox and Roe Deer”

Eurasian Sparrowhawk (Accipiter Nisus) – Bird of Prey Who Hunts My Songbirds

As you may remember from my previous videos, I have been helping the non-migratory songbirds get through the winter. I did that by adding sunflower seeds to the birdhouse beside my house. The birds, consisting mostly of three different types of tits, but also of tree sparrows, and several species of woodpeckers, have been eating … Continue reading “Eurasian Sparrowhawk (Accipiter Nisus) – Bird of Prey Who Hunts My Songbirds”

My Adventures at Injured Badger Hole – Episode 14

So that’s it. I’m officially calling it quits on My Adventures at the Injured Badger Hole. Until further notice, Episode 14 will be the last episode of the series. As much as it pains me to admit it, everything seems to suggest that my mission to save the life of the injured badger has failed. … Continue reading “My Adventures at Injured Badger Hole – Episode 14”

My Mission to Save Life of Solitary Bee

As I was returning home after dusk on a cold winter day, I noticed a lone been on the porch. She was motionless. It was 0 degrees Celsius outside at the time, and whereas the night has just begun, the likelihood of the upcoming freezing temperatures was high. I knew right away that the cold-blooded … Continue reading “My Mission to Save Life of Solitary Bee”