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What they were running from we have no idea, but what a height to jump!
This Grey squirrel took about 10 minutes to clear the remaining 50 or so berries on this pruned branch originally positioned to attract Fieldfares and Redwings to a photographable position.
These two Jackdaws are getting very disagreeable as courtship gets underway this year.
Jackdaws are almost a plague, but you have to admire them.
A fieldmouse (wood mouse) in the dark of night.
Two robins look like they are having a pitched battle for territory - its that time of year.
This blackbird and her mate are regular visitors and love to eat apple peelings (along with just about every other creature)
Regular visitors to the night photo kits are pheasants. Yesterday a male, today a couple of hens.
Regular visitors to the night photo kits are pheasants. Today a male (tomorrow a couple of females).
Some web sites are already reporting frogs, so here is an image from a slide taken in March 1997 showing 3 frogs mating
Night Photo Kit 1: Fieldfare turning in flight taken 19 Jan 2005 16-45
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