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Kent Again [Apr. 14th, 2014|08:30 am]
Tony Grist
The further south we went the better the weather. The sky was blue over Kent.

(And is blue again this morning)

Yesterday evening I went out to the shed  to say hello to our rabbits and a baby wild rabbit hopped off the lawn into the hedge.
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[User Picture]From: porsupah
2014-04-16 11:51 pm (UTC)
It's been positively glorious lately. With the shift to later evenings (why can't we finally abolish the idiocy of Summer Time, and just remain on GMT+1 year round? Hardly as if it would cost vast sums to enact, and there'd be the gains in accident reductions to consider, with the sudden shifts in sun position for commuters removed), I can now spend an hour or two before the sun sets, whilst keeping the daytime programming tasks sated. (Though, I'll sometimes just shift that into the middle of the night instead - I don't have specific hours to observe, providing it all gets done)

If you're so inclined, you might consider putting down a camera trap somewhere - it might be quite good fun, by the sound of the activity of your local wildlife population. They illuminate using IR LEDs, so they don't disturb the nocturnals, whilst still providing surprisingly decent stills and/or video, depending on the model and configuration.

The babies are so adorable. ^_^ I've been seeing several youngsters around lately, probably no more than a month or two old, and they're inevitably less suspicious of non-rabbits approaching, though they'll all scoot if you lumber ahead.

It's always a happy indicator, for me. Rabbits and hares mean things are well with the land.
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[User Picture]From: poliphilo
2014-04-17 07:28 am (UTC)
What would it cost to set up a camera trap?

I love seeing the rabbits. The bad news (for them) is there are foxes about. Yesterday evening I saw a vixen trot unconcernedly across the back lawn. Who needs David Attenborough,eh?
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