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ZEISS DTI thermal imaging cameras. For more discoveries at night, and during the day.

Danish Woodland Webcam (1 Viewer)

Dip into this far more than I should.

First rodent this evening - shrew at 20:18, ran up the stream. Initially thought might be a Water Shrew ... dark uppers, white under, but can't gauge size very well. (EDIT: went back and reviewed images of small birds in same area in daytime - much happier with size for Water Shrew now)
 
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No food put out so not much about so far today, except this wee stotter, as they say in Glasgow (or used to):
 

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Looks like there are lots more insects and no snow - has it been mild in Denmark?

Same latitude as N England/S Scotland - must be!

No food put out so not much about so far today, except this wee stotter, as they say in Glasgow (or used to):

Not managed to see a Yellowhammer in real time yet ...

Plenty of Willow Tit activity today. First Coal Tit for me at 16:18 and later.

And how close are that Fox and Magpie at 17:11?!
 
Is it too early in the year for bats? I’m seeing quite a few insects. Also did anyone see the program which had bats that hibernate in the snow - fascinating!
 
Is it too early in the year for bats? I’m seeing quite a few insects. Also did anyone see the program which had bats that hibernate in the snow - fascinating!
I've been struggling a while whether there are midges or small flurries of water droplets! But, definitely some proper insects (caddisfly type things?).

Imagine generally too early for bats proper, although I did see my first of the year back on the 8th Feb.
 
Me too - I’m now thinking mixture of hail and midges along with (agree) larger caddies fly or moths?
 
Could it have been a Pheasant? One in the picture at 1310. Lively place.
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I had another listen later on, but turned the volume up instead of having it on low! I'm 99% happy with Jay - they do lots of weird calls including bubbling chicken like etc. Presume they also mimic things like Crane in their repertoire. The Pheasant today was quite vocal - typical harsh Pheasant notes.
 
Birds alarming a lot at 11:28 - a new mammal walked through ...


On another note, keeping an eye on the catkins developing in the centre of the image.
 

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