Visitors get a peek into the private life of Lackford Lakes’ residents

Lackford visitor assistant Hawk Honey  with Richard Whymark senior sales assistant Stowmarket Hughes and the new wildlife cam screen ANL-150217-213244009
Lackford visitor assistant Hawk Honey with Richard Whymark senior sales assistant Stowmarket Hughes and the new wildlife cam screen ANL-150217-213244009
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Visitors to Suffolk Wildlife Trust’s Lackford Lakes reserve can now get an insight into the secret lives of birds and mammals there.

The trust has installed three cameras, in a nestbox, bird table and mammal feeding station, to feed live pictures to a 42in television donated by Hughes Electrical in Stowmarket.

Visitor assistant Hawk Honey said: “On the mammal cam we’ve had things people don’t usually see, like woodmice, field vole and common shrew, and they’re only five or six inches from the camera. People are getting a peak into the lives of these animals.”

Videos can be seen on Lackford Lakes’s YouTube site. To see some videos click here