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 Post subject: Re: Wild Pig Cam 2010 discussion Camera 1
PostPosted: March 25th, 2010, 2:57 am 
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0254 was that a raccoon dog?
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 Post subject: Re: Wild Pig Cam 2010 discussion Camera 1
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I heard sounds that seemed MUCH closer so I hung around and sure enough a raccoon dog walked on to the field. I think I saw it give a little cry but....

I will post pictures later (I need to clean up and cook before knitters arrive), but I doubt the captures will be very good -- the raccoon dog was pretty much the same colour green as the mud. :slap:

I had almost the same picture and this one
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It stayed there near the mouse house for a little bit and then walked off.

I think it has a bushy tail.


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 Post subject: Re: Wild Pig Cam 2010 discussion Camera 1
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0254 was that a raccoon dog?

yes :rolleyes:


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 Post subject: Re: Wild Pig Cam 2010 discussion Camera 1
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thanks,
finally figured out how to post the photo


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thanks,
finally figured out how to post the photo

congratulations! :2thumbsup: and welcome jml2665! :wave:

did you notice that in addition to the (normal-coloured) raccoon dog you managed to capture the Moon, too, in your picture up there? it's only half-moon so far but it is very bright. that's a good shot and good luck. :nod:

now the ground is empty and silent.


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 Post subject: Re: Wild Pig Cam 2010 discussion Camera 1
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and there is the Moon straight ahead! :headroll:

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now i'm really puzzled...? :puzzled: and amazed! i think that in Kuremari's picture can't be the Moon because there's the Moon in the picture which jml2665 captured at 2.54. this is something else.... i think it could be Venus, the evening "star". it's really a planet orbiting the Sun like our Earth.
that would be a rare capture. i'll try to check it somewhere...
yes, in the webpages of the Finnish Astronomical Association Ursa is said that Venus can be seen in the evenings in the Western sky. congratulatios Kuremari! :headroll:


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 Post subject: Re: Wild Pig Cam 2010 discussion Camera 1
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I was wondering about the two different moon views, but a bit more slowly :rolleyes:


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 Post subject: Re: Wild Pig Cam 2010 discussion Camera 1
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March 25th: good morning!
empty ground except some little birds which are very much the same colour as the ground: very hard to see if they don't move. the Sun is beginning to shine on the ground straight behind the camera. :rolleyes:


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 Post subject: Re: Wild Pig Cam 2010 discussion Camera 1
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now the Sun is shining bright! :loveshower:


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Small birdies :wave:
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 Post subject: Re: Wild Pig Cam 2010 discussion Camera 1
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here are some pictures from yesterday evening. the pigs were already there when i opened the cam but they hadn't been there for a long time yet, as the piles of grain/acorns are still untouched in the front.
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at 21.16 one of the big boars (male?) decides to have a mud bath. the ground has been frozen for a long time and this is one of the first chances of taking a mud bath this spring. :mrgreen:
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it rubbed itself against the ground for a while and then rested there, lying down for some time. 8-)
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then 2 minutes later it repeated the procedure. (i'm not 100% sure that it was the same individual...)
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"what are you looking at?! can't a guy take a beauty mask in privacy??" :rotf:
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later at 22.48 i counted at least 18 boar and at 23.10 still at least 15 boar which were munching there.


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it's sunny but the seem to be no-one there.


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Such a large party of pigs there tonight!!
Such noisy eating :D

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The pigs here are pretty calm, unlike those in the second cam.


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 Post subject: Re: Wild Pig Cam 2010 discussion Camera 1
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now i've been able to capture my first heavenly body here (the Sun doesn't count because it obstructed in the camera) :headroll: :headroll: here it is, behold: Venus! thanks Kuremari for leading the way. :thumbs:
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well done ame! :D
just now the boars have vanished....earlier some tiny ones came and a bit later a big group joined them...
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the tiny ones
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bigger group had some time to eat, but something scared them and now for some time the feeding place is empty
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