Camera Trap Project on track in Denmark

After encountering some start up difficulties we have now managed to get some photos and are working on identifying and writing  about the animals in the pictures.

Fox

Not all photos are nightshots as nights are very short at this time of year in Denmark. the sun sets around 22.00 but it doesn’t get dark until half an hour to 45 minutes later. The sun dawns at around 5.00 but there is light around 4.00.

maar

Some interesting animals have passed by – actually eleven different kinds.

This week we have some National Holidays Thursday and Friday and the week after we are having a School Project where the entire school is involved.

You will hear from us again soon after.

Sincerely

Katrine and Kim

Teachers

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