Badger Leaving the Sett.

By Badgerfred
A Badger Sow leaving the Sett, she had 3 Cubs that year.

Taken at Sett L.

Tags: Wildlife Badger Natural history Meles meles Wildlife and nature

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User_Removed 12 386 2 United Kingdom
29 May 2007 8:02AM
Wonderful capture. Smile

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Marian 11 62 England
29 May 2007 8:04AM
Lovely conposition, those little green leaves to the right just adding that something extra.
29 May 2007 8:16AM
So we are back to the badger, Fred? Lovely capture of a very shy animal. I know we have some here too, but I think no one really knows where. Or the ones who know, don't tell, which is probably the best to do. Are these living free, or in some wildlife trust?
29 May 2007 8:19AM
Living free Johanna.
MandsH 10 England
29 May 2007 8:20AM
Lovely picture - so cute how she is peeping out of the set. Great detail
Gecko 10 25 Australia
29 May 2007 8:29AM
Lovely capture! She really does look shy. Pam
Barbaraj 10 450 England
29 May 2007 8:32AM
Wonderful wildlife , must have taken some waiting for ?
Vee_Enn 12 100 England
29 May 2007 10:56AM

jaktis Plus
13 84 Sweden
29 May 2007 10:59AM
A really good capture

Shroomer 10 14 167 England
29 May 2007 11:29AM
How did you manage this photo, it is fantastic. Such a difficult capture made to look easy, awesome capture
Joline Plus
10 27 53 United States
29 May 2007 12:29PM
Very interesting capture. Was this taken at night?
peter_oak 11 1 England
29 May 2007 1:10PM
In the wild great stuff.

sandrish 13 36 United Kingdom
29 May 2007 1:13PM
Wonderful shot once again of a badger living free!

Herge88 Plus
9 40 4 England
29 May 2007 1:22PM
Another great Badger image Fred.

Best Matt
29 May 2007 3:00PM
Great shot..
AlanBW 11 20 England
29 May 2007 3:10PM
Beautiful wildlife shot, fine work
SandraKay Plus
9 233 4 United Kingdom
29 May 2007 3:19PM
How lucky to get a shot like this. Well taken.
User_Removed Junior Member 10 16 England
29 May 2007 3:37PM
Wonderfully caught moment and excellent detail.
glazzaro 12 70 23 United States
29 May 2007 4:25PM
Well taken, did you get a shot of the cubs? Spot on! Click!!!

tomcat 11 6.4k 15 United Kingdom
29 May 2007 4:31PM
A badger from Fred!!!
Wonderful wildlife shot Fred
Fine work!

trissie 10 United Kingdom
29 May 2007 5:45PM
A lovely capture, superb detail.

phototime 10 8 United Kingdom
29 May 2007 7:01PM
Another excellent shot ,lovely detail and lighting.

norton 13 6 United Kingdom
29 May 2007 7:30PM
Great shot Fred......Nicely timed and captured.......

29 May 2007 9:05PM
Super Capture...!

You' ve done the type of photography most of us just talk about.

Well Done.

Maiwand Plus
10 3 72 England
29 May 2007 9:54PM
Super capture of a normally timid and wary animal. A lovely shot.
30 May 2007 3:36AM
Wonderful capture of the badger! Don't see these wary animals very often

30 May 2007 8:08AM
Thanks everyone for your comments, in response to Joline, the shot was taken at night using one flashgun mounted on a bar, and in response to Greg, I think I have a few images of her with the cubs I'll have to check,
Buffalo_Tom Plus
10 2.3k 9 Wales
30 May 2007 9:28AM
Lovely capture and light used Fred.Super shot.

Can to msg me with regard to the challenges and what you require.
30 May 2007 2:51PM
Superb lighting it really show it detail of the badger
That's a super shot. JNC
Malc_V 11 England
30 May 2007 8:53PM
Superb image , well captured.

31 May 2007 12:35PM
Excellent capture, you must have plenty of patients!
There is a set very close to my house so thanks for all the info.
looboss 10 3.1k 7 United Kingdom
31 May 2007 9:05PM
Great capture! I actually saw a real live one today !! first one in many years!!
daringdaphne 12 82 United Kingdom
3 Jun 2007 7:57AM
There's no telling what skill went into this picture: so good capture and your love for these animals shows.

Can't resist badgers... beautiful pic. GrinGrin

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