Fox looks back Vulpes vulpes This fox takes a look behind him: “Did I see a mouse?”
Sleeping young badgers Meles meles Two young badgers taking a little nap outside their hole.
Turncoat bastard Sus scrofa A bastard is a cross between boar and domestic pig, which can still emerge after generations in the wild. This bastard was my first self-imposed wild boar.
Pochards at the water Aythya ferina For my first attempt with a pedestal with artificial water, I opted for two pochards as visual objects. On a small stone in the water sits even a butterfly – a peacock butterfly.
Young red fox Vulpes vulpes This male, about two months old, unfortunately became a victim in traffic. The responsible hunting supervisor gave me the animal for preparation, thank you very much!
Groundhog Marmota marmota An attentive young marmot, in jargon, a cub is called “Aff(e)”.
Impala head-shoulder Aepyceros melampus This Impala was my first preparation experience in the field of African antelope.
Curious young badger Meles meles The young badger discovers a nudibranch. I modeled this snail myself during my vocational training. This animal was unfortunately an accident victim from the traffic and found thus the way into the preparation.
Marmot (rug) Marmota marmota A head shot, which often prevents a whole preparation, does not mean giving up its killed game. Here I have made a rug from such a “shot” piece.
Polecat with mouse Mustela putorius A polecat who has tracked down a mouse.