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Common Shrew

Common Shrew

The common shrew is one of the UK’s smallest and cutest mammals and can be seen year-round in many parts of the country.
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European Water Vole

European Water Vole

European water voles are native to the UK and other parts of the continent, with the current British population estimated to be somewhere just below 900,000 animals. Because of their size, they...
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Thermal Imaging Cameras for Wildlife

Thermal Imaging Cameras for Wildlife

Thermal imaging cameras are not just useful for law enforcement; they have a great deal to offer wildlife fans who are eager to see what nocturnal animals get up to after dark.
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Camouflaging Wildlife Cameras

Camouflaging Wildlife Cameras

Keeping your wildlife cameras out of sight while they are deployed in the great outdoors is important for a variety of reasons, both from the perspective that you want to avoid disturbing animals and...
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Badgers in the UK

Badgers in the UK

Badgers are the largest predator to inhabit the countryside of the British Isles, which may surprise many people but is a result of the fact that larger rivals such as wolves and bears were...
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UK Summer Wildlife - 2019

UK Summer Wildlife - 2019

Summer is the perfect season to spot wildlife in the UK. The warm weather and long days make for ideal critter-watching conditions, and there are an abundance of different animals to experience at...
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About Beavers

About Beavers

Beavers are close to the affections of many wildlife fanatics across the country and around the world, with their proclivities for dam building and tree felling making them stand out from many other...
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Ltl Acorn Camera Systems

Ltl Acorn Camera Systems

We cover a quick break down on Ltl Acorn Cameras for first time buyers/users.
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Cleaning Ltl Acorn Switch

Cleaning Ltl Acorn Switch

Here we take a quick look at a known issue that affects wildlife cameras made by Ltl Acorn. This primarily relates to the switch which changes the power settings of the unit itself and while it is...
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Facts & Guides on Pine Martins

Facts & Guides on Pine Martins

Pine martens are one of many elusive yet iconic mammals that live in the UK. Their long, slender bodies and distinctive colouring marks them out from their cousins that share the same familial...
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Trail Camera Brands

Trail Camera Brands

There are a number of reputable trail camera brands competing for a share of this marketplace. Here are the four biggest operators to consider.
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Taking Care of Hedgehogs

Taking Care of Hedgehogs

Hedgehogs are in dire need of support from the public at the moment, since their numbers have been dropping dramatically. Now is the time to take action to protect them from further decline.
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UK Bee Species

UK Bee Species

Bees are an incredibly important part of the UK’s ecosystem, helping to pollinate billions of plants and allowing a vast array of other species to prosper as a result.
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Barn Owl

Barn Owl

Barn owls are easily recognised by their heart-shaped faces that seem to be set within a circular ruff of smooth feathers. These beautiful creatures are found widely distributed throughout the...
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Tawny Owl

Tawny Owl

The Tawny Owl is the most common woodland owl in the Britain, but populations are notably absent from Ireland.
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UK Little Owl

UK Little Owl

First introduced to the UK during the 19th century, Little Owl populations have remained somewhat steady for hundreds of years. Recent studies suggest populations are slightly declining, especially...
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Kestrel Birds

Kestrel Birds

Although the population of kestrels has decreased in the UK over recent years, they are still Europe’s most common bird of prey.
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UK Owl Species

UK Owl Species

Owls are some of the most beautiful birds of prey in the British Isles. Living in a variety of habitats, there are five species of owls that can be found within the confines of the UK, each with its...
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