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Dinner time

By RobMacd    
We were driving near Alston last week when i spotted this Stoat trying to drag this Rabbit into the grass. I turned the car round and went back and watched him for about ten minutes. There is some noise in the shot due to 800 iso, and i shot from the car so no tripod.

Tags: Wildlife Stoat Wildlife and nature

Voters: sergedlm, ringyneck, sunshot and 23 more

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sergedlm 9 9 United Kingdom
9 Nov 2008 12:53PM
well caught picture very clear and precise

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jclaydon1 10 20 1 United Kingdom
9 Nov 2008 1:17PM
Great capture

DOGSBODY 9 1.4k 30 England
9 Nov 2008 1:26PM
First class piece of opportunistic photography. Andy
skewey 12 31 England
9 Nov 2008 1:28PM
Nice capture.
Scutter Plus
10 1.7k 6 United Kingdom
9 Nov 2008 1:28PM
Well caught by both the stoat and you! It always amazes me that stoats can get the better of a prey species so much larger than themselves! It does look slightly peeved that its lunch was disrupted by a passing 'togger!!
piccy 12 8 Wales
9 Nov 2008 1:38PM
Well spotted, such a lovely shot.
9 Nov 2008 1:40PM
Fab wildlife capture

iancam 9 23 England
9 Nov 2008 1:44PM
Cracking shot well spotted
Angi_Wallace 10 172 10 United Kingdom
9 Nov 2008 1:50PM
Great shot, the stoat looks "guilty". Angi
ringyneck 11 315 18 United Kingdom
9 Nov 2008 2:23PM
Well captured "in the wild" action shot.


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9 Nov 2008 3:00PM
Good capture,
Stunning catch for you both.
GreyMoonRising 9 1.5k 1
9 Nov 2008 5:10PM
very well taken shot. I have seen this several times while out and about and once the stoat has spotted the rabbit it simply chases it until the rabbit can go no further, the rabbit knows of course heading for it's burrow is no help as the stoat can follow it down there.
Newtman 12 2 5
9 Nov 2008 5:39PM
Very well captured.
Shroomer 11 14 167 England
13 Nov 2008 5:27PM
Stunning wild capture

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