Wild Boar webcam Season 2011 - 2012

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To all rustles listens, will not pass!
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Wild Boar step aside for the raccoon dog ( noise )

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I hear Piggies in the background
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23:26

I have not seen or heard them (but the volume is pretty low)
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I heard sound from the forest
I think from an Fox



I'm :offtobed:
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I just walked in and found that Mr. Loner has arrived (or returned).

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I just logged on, & there is one boar eating peacefully. Munch, smack, munch!

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5:3x

There was a fox standing in the middle for a while.

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:wave: Alice.

I am having an insomniac moment and looked in here. Of course, I missed the fox!
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Jo, I missed him yesterday -- I think I had the cam open, but I forgot to look, so maybe you will get lucky tomorrow.
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Wow, Alice, great photos of the fox! :shake: Looks like it was enjoying the bread, too.
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Kitty KCMO wrote:Wow, Alice, great photos of the fox! :shake: Looks like it was enjoying the bread, too.
I thought it very interesting the way he seemed to sit down for a few moments.
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good morning! :hi:

a raven has something to complain about somewhere near but out of view. a woodpecker is tap-tap-tapping its breakfast and there have been some jays eating on the ground.

beuatiful fox, Alice! :thumbs:
-- i've been thinking more about your question about magpies yesterday and Liis' answer. i think i've heard fieldfare voices here but it's impossible to say whether i've seen one. their colour is so much the same as the ground. a blackbird i have seen a few times and i'm sure i had heard magpies before yesterday. i also looked through my picture-album but did not find any pictures of a magpie. (i've started to try not to save no many pictures any more. the bar showing the stauts of the memory status of my hard drive is sooo long and red. :mrgreen: yesterday i spent a lot of time cleaning the picture files and there's still a lot more to do...)
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here are two pictures from yesterday evening. first the lonely boar at 18.10:
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later at 19.19 a little furry friend was thinking of joining its company. :rolleyes:
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a lot of children's voices and there are some adult women too and at least one man talking. no-one in sight so far...
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now they walked around the mud pit and are spreading food around.
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"Äla menä sinne! siellä muda." says a man's voice many times (or something like that; i don't know about the spelling) meaning "Don't go there! it's muddy there." :mrgreen:

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School children? Teaching them young to be good for the animals. Nice!
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... or a kindergarten class maybe. one of them was lacking teeth. :D
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they make such a colourful scene in the grey and brown surroundings.
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time to go. bye bye! :wave:
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A lot of children around the feedinggroud, they brought food for the animals - Thank you very much :hi:
They all wear yellow vests.
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Hey you there in the camerabox .... 8-)
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The children wondered, just like I do for many days, what´s under the hay on the birdfeedertablet ??? :puzzled:
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All going home again, one of them is blowing a nerv-wrecking trumpet :rotf:
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ByeBye - until next time! :hi:
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