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  • Writer's pictureHarris Brooker

A Happy New Year 2023

Updated: Jan 4, 2023

The action has kept going at Speyside Wildlife’s Evening Wildlife Watching Hide. In the last weeks of 2022 we have had the Badgers coming in to feed, as well as Pine Martens and Wood Mice. One surprise we did have was a Blue Tit hopping around the Bird Cherry illuminated by our lights, something I have never seen in the eleven months since I’ve run the hide!

There are three Badgers in this image facing toward the camera. They are surrounded by needle leaf litter and part of a wooden back wall is visible.
Badgers (Photo Credit: Harris Brooker)
There are three Badgers foraging together. The one on the bottom left is licking the peanut butter and eating the peanuts underneath a pushed over a log with a round cross section. The Badger in the middle is feeding on a stash of peanuts underneath this same log. The Badger behind it has its back to the camera.
Badgers Feeding (Photo Credit: Harris Brooker)
There are 3 Badgers in this photo. This is a zoomed out image showing the Badgers foraging around the logs and needle leaf litter of the platform. The Badger on the bottom left has uncovered a log with a stash of peanuts underneath it.
Badgers Feeding (Photo Credit: Harris Brooker)
There is a Female Pine Marten in this image with a stash of peanuts and sultanas in front of it. The Pine Marten is on a suspended platform and is looking to its right. There are tree branches behind it.
Female Pine Marten (Photo Credit: Harris Brooker)
There is a female Pine Marten in this image with a stash of peanuts and sultanas in front of it. It is on a suspended platform with its head bent low and to its right. There are tree branches in the background.
Female Pine Marten (Photo Credit: Harris Brooker)

We look forward to seeing you in 2023 and if you would like to join us, please head to our website and book your place.













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