If a picture paints a thousand words, what can a video do?
If you’d like to experience some of the sights and sounds we’re treated to here, you’re in the right place.
Fat Dogs through the eye of a lens. Be sure to turn up the volume!
Either press the play button on the large video to watch… or click on the mini versions below to expand them.
Tripod the Wild BoarOur three-legged wild boar, Tripod, does love his food. This time it was a snack of pheasant grub. Not much need for his tusks with those pellets! For more information about our lives with animals here in France, do visit my website: https://www.bethhaslam.com/
Reeves PheasantCaught chatting to the chickens, this male Reeves pheasant decided to head back to the woods and his wild boar chums. Click on my website link to find out more about our lives here in France: https://www.bethhaslam.com/
WaterfallThe day after a storm and our forest brooks are full to bursting! To find out more about our lives here in France, visit my website: https://www.bethhaslam.com/
Wild Boar Eating Raw EggsWho knew this big boy loves raw eggs? Mind you, feeding him is a messy business! Find out more about our wild boar, Tripod, and our lives in France from my website: https://www.bethhaslam.com/
Cock Pheasant FightFighting at dusk. As you can see, it takes a lot to get our Reeves pheasants into the air! Log onto to my website if you'd like to see more of the animals we live with here in France: https://www.bethhaslam.com/
Baby Wild BoarOur stealth cam caught these newborns out for a nighttime adventure with mum - what a bunch of cuties!
For more information about our lives here in France, please visit my website: https://www.bethhaslam.com/
Feeding Time!A new crop of baby boar finding out how hard it is to try and grab a meal!
Do visit my website: https://www.bethhaslam.com/ to learn more about our lives with animals here in France.
Dogs Running in Slow MotionAby and Max drying off after their bath. Watch to the end to find out if I was run over!
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Cockerel CrowingAs you can hear, our young rescue cockerel is developing a fine pair of lungs!
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Cat RunningClaus-Paws in slow motion. No points for style, nevertheless still incredibly agile! You can learn more about our lives here in France by logging onto my website: https://www.bethhaslam.com/
Wild Boar Broken TuskWe've nurtured this three-legged boar since he was a nipper, so sad to see he has lost a tusk! For more stories about Tripod and our lives here in France, visit my website: https://www.bethhaslam.com/
Babbling BrookAfter a storm, the tinking brook turns in to a rapid-moving rush of muddy water carrying tree trunks and debris towards Bordeaux. Like this, it's a no-swim zone for the dogs.
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Deer in VelvetSeeing the deer with that furry fuzz of newly growing antlers is a sure sign that spring is on the way. Do join me at https://www.bethhaslam.com/ to find out about my life with animals in France.
Chickens love lettuce!Meet our young cockerel, Caesar and his flock of gorgeous French hens. As you can see, they love their lettuce treat!
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Sunset Stroll with DogsPost-supper walk with Aby and Max on a gorgeous evening.
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WaterfallOur baby waterfall in full flow after a recent rainstorm here in our corner of France.
Deer in VelvetI love it when our stealth cam picks up activity like this. This is a group of our Roe deer with fuzzy antlers. That velvet helps provide nutrition and growth to their antlers. Ain't nature grand? To find out more about our rural lives here in France click on my website link: https://www.bethhaslam.com/
Reeves Cock PheasantsA pair of young cock pheasants we reared with those extra-long tails. It's lovely to see them living safe and free in our forest. To find out more about our lives here in France click on my website link: https://www.bethhaslam.com/
Forest VisitorWe have rescued lots of animals, and this is one of the cutest. Found abandoned in our forest, meet our little potbellied pig! For more stories about our lives here in France clink on this link to my Fat Dogs website: https://www.bethhaslam.com/
Deer startledThe things that happen when we're fast asleep!
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