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Friday, May 15, 2009
Our friends in Scotland went out for a day to a lovely garden in Aviemore. They shot this picture of a very cute squirrel.

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Soon we will be visiting Scotland ourselves again and hope to shoot some wildlife pictures as well.


Elgar the Moose • 08:23 PM • Filed under: Mammals,Clan MacMoose • (0) CommentsPermalink

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Monday, April 07, 2008
It was a beautiful Sunday afternoon, although rather cold for the time of the year. We decided to do a walk in our neighborhood and crossed an area where a new 'forest' has to arise. Lots of young trees and bushes are planted there. A small track was leading into this area and we followed it in the believe that it would bring us closer to home.

But, as you can guess, that did not work out well and we did ended up in a open field. And then...suddenly there they were: 4 lovely Roe Deer. Ofcourse they spotted us straight away as we made too much noise. We had never expected to see Roe Deer in this particular area, although we just recently asked ourselves the question whether we would ever see Roe Deer at all (in the wild that is)

I was able to make one 'lucky' shot: One of the Roe Deers just jumped up to run away. When you look closely you can see 2 more Roe Deer in front of him/her trying to get away as well. The picture can be enlarged a little bit by clicking on it.

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Elgar the Moose • 09:18 PM • Filed under: Mammals • (0) CommentsPermalink

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Saturday, November 24, 2007
mmh..... it is a normal hedgehog that's for sure.

No, it is NOT. This is the Hedgehog who knocked our doors. Now look how cute he/she has become with those naughty eyes. Our "Uppie" (free translation "all alone"), the name we gave him as he/she was the only hedgehog given a name in the hedgehog shelter, was released end of August into the wild. But not before taken this cute picture.

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Enjoy your freedom, Uppie


Elgar the Moose • 10:01 AM • Filed under: Mammals • (0) CommentsPermalink

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Thursday, July 12, 2007
Today we arrived at home and parked the car in front of the garage. Normally we would drive the car into the garage immediately but this time we somehow decided not to do that. We did some household work for about an hour and then wanted to put the car into the garage. This time we opened up the garage door from the inside.

And then we saw this very young and tiny hedgehog, Just pressed against our garage door. One thing is for sure: we would have driven over it if we would have opened up the electric garage door from the outside.

Just look how cute she/he is !

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As Hedgehogs are protected animals we phoned a local hedgehog rescue center what to do. They advised us to put it in a box, with a lot of newsprints, give it some water (not milk!!) and to get it some food, canned cat food would do and then to wait one day to see what happens.

This morning we carefully took a look whether this little thing had eaten something and guess what: the whole saucer was empty. Hurray !!

Tomorrow we will bring it to the rescue center, because it turned out to be much too young to be running around on its own. He/she only weights about 140 gram and combined with its size, can only be about 4 weeks old. So he will be staying in the rescue centre for a couple of weeks and then will be released into the wild again. Underneath photo's just show how tiny he/she still is.

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Elgar the Moose • 11:41 PM • Filed under: Mammals • (0) CommentsPermalink

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