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excellent find... I have been last year on "Orla Perć" in Polish mountains...
nice picture mate... interesting countrysie
That really is beautifil mate... I love British scenery. I am also a big fan of your reforestation (native pine) and wildcat conservation...
Taken yesterday on the stalk:
wolves breed successfully even in Czech inland, nice to see that...
Thanks santaman... it´s about hour´s drive away from my place, but it´s worthy
It´s steaming hot in lowlands so we decided to climb a bit higher... on the way up to ridgeline (cool breeze all over the area, great place)
Taken yesterday, Jeseniky mountains:
I envy you, Elgatoloco!
Hi, yes it´s a cat, badger got more bear-like shape of print and VERY distinct claws, always visible
To 21st cent. - you are exactly right, it´s...
can´t be any cat, you can see claw marks... also, lynx is not a field animal
easy one, typical animal of fields and forests... notice "Y" formation of tracks:
for three pictures I posted above earlier...
- First one is badger - round print, bear-like but small, strong claws, no other animal is like that...
not lynx, probably dog...
All these creatures live in UK... Forest of Dean is definately full of them. Any more tips?
Who knows authors of these signatures in the snow?
Habitat: Central europe, highland covered by wooded hills (conifers), shallow streams and...
no post-processing... we really got such sunsets here:cool: