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Barbaraj 10 450 England
18 Jun 2007 8:08AM
This shows its height, well and such a silky coat.

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Paul_cats 11 61 22 Scotland
18 Jun 2007 8:09AM
Another great Badger capture. Well timed.
Paul
Buffalo_Tom 11 2.3k 9 Wales
18 Jun 2007 8:15AM
Looks like he has fallen in love with that tree.Great shot Fred.
Tom.
KarenFB Plus
11 4.9k 171 England
18 Jun 2007 8:19AM
From the thumbnail I thought you'd uploaded it the wrong way up! You've captured some lovely natural behaviour.........what on earth was it eating?
jaspernina 10 1.0k Wales
18 Jun 2007 8:25AM
Great image & detail. Well done.

Thanks

Stephen
18 Jun 2007 8:46AM
Great shot.

Steve
Blenkinsopp 11 320 4 England
18 Jun 2007 8:51AM
brilliant capture
imagio 11 12 1 England
18 Jun 2007 8:52AM
Great shot..

Bernie
Newtman 11 2 5
18 Jun 2007 8:56AM
I knew this was one of yours, Fred, as soon as I saw it. Great shot.
David
Alison_S Plus
11 339 United Kingdom
18 Jun 2007 9:57AM
These are always a treat to see......and probably the nearest that I'll ever get to wild badger! Lovely colour and detail in the coat here.....

Ali
Hop-A-Long 10 52 1 England
18 Jun 2007 10:45AM
Love looking at your images Fred. These are fabulous creatures. Keep them coming. Lovely work.
Andy
AlanBW 11 20 England
18 Jun 2007 10:50AM
Great natural history image - keep them coming Fred
piccy 11 8 Wales
18 Jun 2007 10:54AM
Great shot, didn't know they ate trees. Smile
Freda
Lorraine 13 8
18 Jun 2007 10:57AM
What a sight Love your badger shots Fred. Lu
mrswoolybill Plus
11 1.2k 1808 United Kingdom
18 Jun 2007 12:15PM
These characters are getting to seem like old friends. Lovely shot, it's wonderful how relaxed they are with your presence.
Moira
woolybill1 Plus
11 22 70 United Kingdom
18 Jun 2007 12:34PM
A beautiful and fascinating image.
Bill
Libby_M 10 United Kingdom
18 Jun 2007 12:48PM
what a fab action shot photo
so clear and sharp
colours and detail just brill
Another great shot. I'm finding ot a lot about badgers with your photos. JNC
brownsilent 10 7 2 United Kingdom
18 Jun 2007 1:12PM
What does this little cutie find on the tree's bark? Ants?
Lovely shot,
Johanna
ChristineL 12 39 United Kingdom
18 Jun 2007 2:43PM
looks like he's enjoying it whatever it is, nice capture,
Chris.
BEVZED 10 1.1k United Kingdom
18 Jun 2007 2:45PM
wonderful capture Fred, amazing how they seem so relaxed with you so near - you must have the patience of a saint to wait for these moments
Beverley
18 Jun 2007 2:57PM
What a fantastic picture Fred, so much detail and how lucky you are to get so close. Well done.

Ruth
Kim Walton 14 145 30 United Kingdom
18 Jun 2007 3:01PM
Shows why their called the "British Bear"

Great shot-----and to think some farmers want to wipe them out---with no real evidence to show that they spread TB!
KevinMW 11 14 Wales
18 Jun 2007 3:37PM
Fantastic shot Fred. Are these recent images or from your archives.? Great detail and unusual pose.

Kevin
Herge88 10 40 4 England
18 Jun 2007 4:03PM
Pleased to be 30 Fred.

Best Matt
sandrish 14 36 United Kingdom
18 Jun 2007 5:39PM
Wonderful sight and so well taken.

Sandra
looboss 10 3.1k 7 United Kingdom
18 Jun 2007 6:09PM
Great! pleased to be 32nd Wink
dianah 11 24.5k 4 United Kingdom
18 Jun 2007 6:10PM
What an incredible shot..really unique and wonderful detail.
Di
18 Jun 2007 6:51PM
lovely capture. Great light.

Dee Smile
BertC 11 29 Malta
18 Jun 2007 7:08PM
Nice one Fred ....
Bert
GrahamBaines 10 39 United Kingdom
18 Jun 2007 7:20PM
Another great shot.

Graham
jaktis 13 84 Sweden
18 Jun 2007 7:48PM
I love these pictures

Peter
A Booth 15 11 4 United Kingdom
18 Jun 2007 7:58PM
lively chap well captured - nicely composed with good colour rendition.
Brilane 11 5 12 Wales
19 Jun 2007 3:06AM
Well timed shot, interesting.
Brian
DATMAN 12 1
19 Jun 2007 12:47PM
What an incredible portfolio you have. Your patience and photographic skills are enormous and this image is testament to that statement.
Den
angelsj 11 12 Scotland
19 Jun 2007 1:38PM
excellant andwell timed

sara-jane
firzhugh 12 13 New Zealand
19 Jun 2007 9:17PM
this is such a beautiful capture
Scott_Scot 13 4 4 Scotland
20 Jun 2007 8:00AM
What can I say, ... Another stunner!

Scotty
dark_lord Plus
13 2.1k 490 England
21 Jun 2007 5:20PM
You're luck to have such amenable badgers. Some nice images in your p/f.
23 Jun 2007 9:02AM
Thanks for all comments and clicks,
Fred.
What a glorious shot of a stunning creature. I hope he/she lives a long and happy life... what a darling! GrinGrin

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