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Hedgehog in feeder

By oldgreyheron      
I had an unexpected visitor inside the protective cover of my bird ground feeder this afternoon. I didn't see the hedgehog arrive, but even though it was a small one it had a squeeze to get between the vertical bars of the hemispherical protective cover!

I was on my hands and knees with the lens of the IXUS resting on the base strip (the one you can see in the background) unable to see where I was aiming! I think the camera has done well in auto macro mode.

I hope that all mothers had a good mothers' day in the UK today.


Tags: Ground Close-up and macro Hedgehog Bird feeder Wildlife and nature

Voters: ringyneck, Brian65, ickle_janie and 16 more

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Brian65 7 2 United Kingdom
3 Apr 2011 5:41PM
What a great capture, you lucky person getting one in your garden.

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3 Apr 2011 5:41PM
A lovely hedgehog portrait
well caught
CarolG Plus
9 196 18 Greece
3 Apr 2011 5:47PM
Wonderful black beady eyes, Mike, very well captured. I had one come into my garden yesterday, but he chose to visit at night! Carol
davewaine 9 135 3 England
3 Apr 2011 8:20PM
Give your Ixus a pat on the back, Mike. It has done you proud.

Glostopcat 10 255 2 England
3 Apr 2011 8:40PM
A cracking close up Mike, such pin sharp detail if you pardon the pun
alansnap Plus
12 577 26 United Kingdom
4 Apr 2011 8:24AM
An excellent shot, let's hope it was still small enough to get out!
cadley 8 1 England
4 Apr 2011 1:47PM
Fantastic shot! He looks like he is really weighing things up! very funny Grin
5 Apr 2011 8:24AM
He's such a great little beauty! Well done,
shaver 8 8 England
7 Apr 2011 9:09PM
what a wonderful shot

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