I’m not going to try and soften this story up and make it pretty, it’s the flip side to life in an urban garden. It’s not pretty, it’s painful to watch and it’s not fair but it is real and I think it’s worth talking about.
I thought it was about time we had a garden wildlife update (as I haven’t given you a fox update since August 07 – whoops!). It’s cold, it’s wet and it’s windy but in my Corfe Mullen garden life goes on.
As you know, I regularly film the garden foxes at night using the infra-red camera. There seem to be at least four visitors at the moment, and the other night I filmed some really cute behaviour that I’d never seen before.
A lot has been happening in the garden over the past few days.
Every morning I get up at about 6.30am, wander sleepily into the spare room where my computer lives, and review the fox activity filmed on the infra-red camera from the night before. This morning was very different.
I’ve been sucked into a deep dark hole! It’s called the “webcam zone”