Is it Safe Out There?

Portraits of a wood mouse’s evening.

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About Adele Brand

UEA Ecology grad, typically sighted in the company of a tall graceful Belgian shephard dog and often trying to carrying a big camera around. Dislikes urban habitat but is comfortable in either prairie or mountain biomes. Frequently watching, or being watched by, foxes.
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14 Responses to Is it Safe Out There?

  1. Ally says:

    No, it is not safe: Adele with the camera is around and around… 😉 Great photos of the little mouse. 🙂

  2. Lovely shots, Adele! I’ve always been fond of mice; they’re so tiny and they seem so smart.

    • Adele Brand says:

      Smart, and inquisitive! They’ve visited the birdfeeders from time to time before, but this is the first year we’ve had a vole as well (which I’m yet to catch on camera).

  3. Darko says:

    It looks as it didn’t really care about you 😀

  4. sprytely50 says:

    Sweet pics… nothing like that visible around here and we just got another 25cm (a foot) of snow.

    • Adele Brand says:

      Oh…it’s getting a bit late in the year to enjoy snow, really. I hope your springtime comes soon. The Sask village where I often visit is still practically an iceblock, and friends in Ontario are posting pictures of rather sad robins perched on the snow.

  5. Words says:

    That’s a lovely sequence! It looks so serious in the final shot. 😀

  6. this creature master hiding ,how has allowed you to take photos of him

    • Adele Brand says:

      Yes, I often have that feeling with wildlife. If they choose not to be photographed, there’s very little I can do about it! But these mice were nice and brave.

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