Just an up close and personal shot of a Ruby Tiger Moth today from my archives today I'm afraid.......
For those interested were still seeing plenty of activity in the garden both from the Hedgehogs & the Foxes at night. I did manage to capture the young juvenile the other night, poor little mite was only 330g, anyhow, he's now gone off to a specialist carer, I've neither the knowledge or the expertise to look after one so small. Once he's up to weight, 600g, he'll be coming back to spend his winter in our shed and will be soft released once the hibernation period is over in the spring. At the moment the cameras are on the birds, but 'Hodgepodge' is currently in one of the hibernation boxes that has a camera fitted in it, so occasionally throughout the day, I'll be flicking over to check on him.....And then as usual the cameras will switch over to the garden tonight once darkness falls.
Ade's Hedgehog and Garden Wildlife Cams
Thanks for stopping by......Ade
|Camera:||Canon EOS 50D |
|Lens:||MP-E65mm f/2.8 1-5x Macro Photo |
|Recording media:||JPEG (digital)|