Wednesday, 1 July 2015

Fox families in Gadespring

The foxes have a lovely home in Gadespring and they rarely get disturbed. That's why they look at you with such disdain when they do. This fox was not at all pleased to be photographed by David Warriner when taking a quiet nap.

Our trail cameras have captured a particularly active family of foxes who hunt duck at night. There are at least 2 cubs this year. I wonder whether they can see the light on the camera as they often stare at it.
This pair of pictures shows a mother and her cub in close conversation.
Then they go off to hunt for their dinner.

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It is important to note that Gadespring Cress Beds is still being developed & due to health & safety will only be available for access, other than to wildlife monitors & work parties, at organised events & at times when there is a weekend volunteer warden on duty. General public access is a possibility for the future & this could only happen once the wildlife hide is relocated after planning permission. Keep an eye on this website & blog, as well as the Box Moor Trust website, for details of open days & organised public events when you can visit & explore Gadespring.