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Help me please - recording the culprit?

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Old Wednesday 10th July 2013, 10:56   #1
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Help me please - recording the culprit?

Hi, we have a dog and when he has his bone in the garden, it gets stolen every night by a "mysterious creature" .. we think it might be a fox.. would love to find out! So trying to find a cheap, safe camera or wildlife detector to film the suspicious culprit lol.. so my question is.. Does anyone know where i can find a cheap little video camera? or I've see on springwatch these detectors? Would love some response thank you.

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See this thread about a camera trap at Aldi. They may still have some left.

If not do a web search for "camera trap" and see what comes up. They are readily available, though not usually as cheap as Aldi.

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