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I live in Cam near Dursley Gloucestershire.GL11 area.
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Bit far for me!
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Tom Omlette Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 10 Oct 2014 at 9:04pm
gemma i found that fascinating! you could walk past a feature a dozen times in a day and see nothing, never knowing that when you weren't there there there was all sorts going on! 

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Glad you liked it Tim. Smile

I've some work to do with the image quality and camera positioning but I'm hoping it will be interesting enough for the project to be a success and help to increase the public's awareness of our native herps.

I need to do some research into streaming video to the web and the best way to go about it, also thinking about how to get the public involved and interested. 



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It's not just for herps either, just caught this on the cam as I submitted the post above.




The way it pops up out of the middle of the tyre couldn't be scripted, reality TV at its best LOL
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Just love the bird! Springwatch, watch out!

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I've been talking to the camera supplier for Springwatch Chris, could be that when the cams go live in the spring we'll be watching in ultra high definition Thumbs Up
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That's a brilliant clip, talk about the shoe being on the other foot!!

The wrens are as much part of life in the wildlife garden as the lizards. Log piles, old tyres, willow brash, always a wren hopping about in there doing what they do. We've had them nest too in the past. Been a fantastic year for birds locally, so many young and adults around after the great summer.
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Love the clip Hawley, although a bit tough on the frogs!
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