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    Munties just love apples as can be seen by this young buck attempting to get a large Bramley down.  The trail cam had a constant trail of animals including an 'VEGAN' fox.

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    ooops missed the VEGAN fox

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    Foxes are omnivores and can consume a large amount of vegatable matter. They do have a liking for sugar beet among other things, anything sweet is a favourite.

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    On the night time picture I can see what look like eye reflection in the background, or is it something else?

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    garden lights at a nearby house old'un.

     

    The muntie in the picture is now hanging in my workshop maturing.

     

    5 hours ago, scolopax said:

    Foxes are omnivores and can consume a large amount of vegatable matter. They do have a liking for sugar beet among other things, anything sweet is a favourite.

    Yes,  I know.  Watched one walk along a ride one morning when stalking and it was sniffing and picking the ripest blackberries being very selective. Lucky fox because told not to shoot them on that estate.

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    great pics. i was hitting a decent amount of foxes before christmas from a small orchard. most evenings we tried we would pick up a fox feeding in the thermal.

    been taking roe off a orchard in the last 2 weeks seems to be a magnet for them at the minute

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    11 minutes ago, bumpy22 said:

    great pics. i was hitting a decent amount of foxes before christmas from a small orchard. most evenings we tried we would pick up a fox feeding in the thermal.

    been taking roe off a orchard in the last 2 weeks seems to be a magnet for them at the minute

    Yes, there are a lot of very ripe fallings from late varieties. Mine where some bramleys out of our orchard and we baked a couple of big ones and they where delicious, so sweet.

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    Just looked at those 'eyes' in the fox picture.   If they were animal eyes then I am giving up that piece of ground !!!!  Bit too far apart for my liking.

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    8 minutes ago, Walker570 said:

    Just looked at those 'eyes' in the fox picture.   If they were animal eyes then I am giving up that piece of ground !!!!  Bit too far apart for my liking.

    😬😬😬🤣🤣🤣

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    A fair margin for error in shot placement tho! 😇

    12 hours ago, Walker570 said:

    Just looked at those 'eyes' in the fox picture.   If they were animal eyes then I am giving up that piece of ground !!!!  Bit too far apart for my liking.

     

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    1 minute ago, panoma1 said:

    A fair margin for error in shot placement tho! 😇

     

    :lol:

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    I shoot a number of orchards and they can be a magnet for the deer, mainly roe and muntjac,  just having small blocks surrounded by open ground which I can't shoot, makes getting them difficult sometimes!

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    Seeing two or three big fallow bucks totally out of their heads on fermenting apples is the funniest sight you'll ever see.

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    On 04/01/2019 at 14:01, old'un said:

    On the night time picture I can see what look like eye reflection in the background, or is it something else?

     

    If it were eye shine then it held pretty steady for 3 1/2 hours.🤔

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