The beautiful village of Tattenhall in Cheshire
Tattenhall Wildlife Group (TWiG): July 2015
If the BBC can do it, then so can we!
Tattenhall Wildlife Group has just installed the first of a series of cameras in areas that they manage within the parish, hoping to capture some of the great animals that live on our doorstep!
And here is one of the first early morning images of badgers recorded in the last few days ... we hope you enjoy it.
You can also view the moving images by visiting the TWiG Website, just CLICK HERE to view.
If you would like to get involved in practical conservation work or other conservation activities in the village then contact Andrew Hull on 01829 770026 — we are always looking for new volunteers!
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