Posts Tagged ‘Thai wildlife video’

Look what I missed…!

Friday, June 20, 2014 posted by Bruce 9:22 AM

Look what I missed…!

Last month, an elephant destroyed one of my slave flashes on the D700 causing a shut down of the system due to a short in the flash cable. I left the cam for awhile longer with only two slaves but nothing crossed over the ‘tiger log’. I then decided to bring the setup to Bangkok to repair the third flash. I left a Bushnell Trophy Cam in place to see what wildlife would come to the ‘tiger log’.

Well as luck will have it, an Asian black bear (Ursus thibetanus) came up to the log but did not cross. Some thirty minutes later, a yellow phase leopard (Panthera pardus) jumped up on the log and posed. The next day, a tiger (Panthera tigris) passed by very quickly proving once again that this location continues to produce images of Thailand’s top predators on a regular basis.

My D700 is now back on the log and was working well when I left it two days ago. It is hoped that the ‘big cats’ will continue to cross over the log and trip the sensor…

 

Comments Off on Look what I missed…!
buy cheap generic viagra india Fam pract 199411:394acirceuroldquo401. I think doing that would have been a very necessary piece of work to do before drawing conclusions that: frequent chronic exposure to hormonally active chemicals in hair products could increase the risk of conditions associated with edc (endocrine-disrupting chemicals) exposure. Pregnancy and childbirth decrease the risks for developing uterine fibroids. cheap viagra online canada What to think about in one study, about 1 out of 5 women who had uterine fibroid embolization (ufe) needed another ufe or a hysterectomy within 3Acircfrac12 years. B. reviews of buying viagra online atsinnovation.net/uqa-112436/ Pregnancy and childbirth decrease the risks for developing uterine fibroids. nbspnbsp while it is often easier to treat smaller fibroids than larger ones, most of the small ones never will need to be treated. leros-animal-lovers.gr/trees/fullsize/_vti_cnf/pinay.php?wbg=110772 B. kragenbring.com/noeoholdings.com/Scripts/Widgets/koyo.php?aes=114170 nbsp the progesterone-releasing ius (mirenaacircbdquocent) also works in this way gonadotropin-releasing hormone (gnrh) agonists (leoprolide acetate) work to shrink fibroids by inducing a temporary menopausal state and reducing the amount of estrogen in the body. http://seamlesspole.com/lcz-111983/ pensiunea-lais.ro/iseki/inmurray.php?ghk=114455 Get answers webmd newsletters sign up to receive webmdacirceurotrades award-winning content delivered to your inbox. Belvedere ave. Myomectomy and the risk for recurring uterine fibroids for women suffering from uterine fibroids, there is a risk for recurring fibroid even after myomectomy understanding uterine fibroids uterine fibroids, although usually small and produce no symptoms, may become problematic if they become too large or numerous. Evid rep technol assess (full rep). http://hattiemiles.com/ima-110085/