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mother doe suckles a fawn in front of the Bushwhacker camera trap
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Editorial board07 June 2021 3:08 pm

The thrilling spectacle of a deer mother breastfeeding her baby right in front of the "camera trap". This is what was immortalized on May 27th in the video published on Youtube by "Fototrappolaggio Naturalistico" by Giacomo Cellini, who also captured a male specimen that cries during the day in the Casentinesi Forest National Park on the Forl¨¬ side.

"Anyone who has bought a camera trap must avoid placing it in front of nests and burrows and avoid putting food or food and olfactory baits in front of the camera", explains Cellini. The recommendations also include "always requesting permission from the owner of the land and the public security forces (forest guards and carabinieri) or from the body that manages a park. So you have to choose an area you want to monitor or the fauna you want to monitor. In the first case it is recommended to travel far and wide the area you want to monitor without frightening the existing fauna. It is advisable perhaps to do it the next day after a light snowfall or a good rain. Then study the footprints and the so-called animal trails.

Once the paths and small clearings have been found, possibly flat, the camera trap can be positioned 50-100 centimeters from the ground, attached to a tree, checking that it does not have branches and leaves that can trigger it empty - it is added -. So avoid that the sun hits the infrared sensor, preferably positioning it towards the North. The camera trap to the tree must be mounted using the supplied strap or the screw support if present. So you have to leave the environment as it was found. We are guests in the mountains and we must always respect it. "Among the suggestions is to use a steel cable, a padlock or an anti-theft safe box. Last thing: detect the GPS coordinates of the site so as not to risk remembering where the you have positioned.

Once activated, you have to return to the site after a few weeks to check what has been taken up. "It takes time and perseverance to get the first results - points out Cellini -. You should not be discouraged if there are no images the first few times. If you want to immortalize a specific animal, it is essential to have some basic notions of ecology about it and its presence. in that territory. One of the most interesting moments of the year is certainly the summer period, but a lot depends on the individual animals. For deer and fallow deer the most exciting moment is the period of the bellowing, where they lose many inhibitions and it becomes very easy to catch them ". Another recommendation: "Although camera traps are not particularly invasive tools, their placement must be absolutely avoided wherever there is a risk of creating even the slightest disturbance to the normal activities of wildlife. In particular, sites near nests and burrows should be avoided ".

This is what was immortalized on May 27th in the video published on Youtube by "Fototrappolaggio Naturalistico" by Giacomo Cellini

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