Friday, September 12th 2014

Ken has been leaving his remote camera at various locations around the reserve to capture images and video footage of the less seen wildlife on the reserve. So far he has captured footage of Water Voles, Foxes, Roe Deer and Otter amongst other species. Last week we were very happy to find a clip of a Pole Cat foraging in the plantation area alongside Risedale Beck. This is a species that has never been recorded on the reserve before so this is a fantastic sighting!

Thank you for your perseverance with this Ken; we are all eagerly awaiting the next set of clips!

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