"The wildlife daddies" - a year on the road.

November 07, 2019  •  Leave a Comment

Seems a bit crass, posting this, after the sad news a week ago, but here it is anyway.

Whilst most people record on their dashcams and then post online all their near-misses in their cars - my eldest boy and I ("The wildlife daddies") use our dashcam on our car we've called "the hearse" (it's a big black 4x4 estate car) to record all the animals we see whilst out on our drives.

The video below is a compilation of thirty-or-so clips of various animals (from barn owls to stoats) that "the wildlife daddies" have seen then, between early October 2018 and early October 2019 - a year on the roads.

You (as viewers) will do well to see all the animals that either I (or my eldest) point out in these clips - the dashcam is a VERY wide angle lens after all, so makes things appear MUCH smaller and further away than they were in real life - not to mention the fact that Youtube has compressed the original HD quality video.

But I hope you enjoy the video anyway and in it, you'll certainly be able to see a lot of the animals that we point out. A hint here.... as soon as the text (naming the animal in the clip) disappears, the animal does too, at the same time - i.e. the animal leaves the frame when the text naming it leaves the frame.

You may even start enjoying the rather eclectic sound track we often have pumping out of the car stereo on these wildlife drives!

More soon,

TBR


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