Written by Mike Creighton on 2019-09-24
Bright eyesMammals . Natural History . Video Diary
Keeping your eyes and ears open, using all your senses, is what all people with an interest in wildlife do all the time. Making observations, submitting records and so on.
And occasionally there is a helping hand. Here a security camera caught the eyes of a young deer taking a stroll up a driveway. In this case, it’s not possible to identify the species but it’s always worth checking your camera footage for things other than burglars! And many purpose-built wildlife trail cameras are becoming less expensive.
It’s also interesting to see so many moths on the wing. May have to get that moth trap out again tonight.
- Association of British Fungi Groups
- Bournemouth Natural Science Society and Museum
- British Bugs
- British Dragonflies
- British Lichens
- Dan and Rosemary Powell
- Hampshire and Isle of Wight Butterfly Conservation
- Hampshire Bat Group
- Hampshire Ornithological Society
- Hampshire Wildlife Trust
- Lymington and District Natural History Society
- UK Hoverflies