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⟪⟪    2022-05-24    ⟫⟫

 

I wanted to try to put my camera trap up in a tree to capture squirrels for a long time, so I decided to give it a go. I got some pictures, but a lot of empty pictures as well due to the wind shaking branches. I should find a more solid branch if I want to try this again. Also, I should fix the focus closer to the camera.

The set-up, with the camera up in the tree to the left. I knew that squirrels sometimes jumped between trees on these branches.

 

A squirrel (2022-04-21, 06:56:16)

 

A squirrel (2022-04-21, 06:57:21)

 

A squirrel (2022-04-21, 06:57:23)

 

A squirrel (2022-04-21, 06:57:25)

 

A squirrel (2022-04-21, 06:57:58)

 

A squirrel (2022-04-21, 06:58:16)

 

A magpie (2022-04-28, 13:05:59)

 

A Eurasian blue tit (2022-05-07, 14:15:32)

 

A squirrel (2022-05-10, 03:52:30)

 

A squirrel (2022-05-12, 13:33:36)

 

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