We took the Pulsar Helion XP50 into the Scottish Highlands in search of the elusive Scottish Wildcat. Find out how the thermal camera aided in our search.
Welcome to Wild Films Ltd. Formerly Bellatrix Photography and Film Ltd, we decided on a rebrand and so with it comes a new name and a new site!
Last weekend, we visited Rotterdam as my film The Clowns of the Sea was screening in a festival there – Wildlife Film Festival Rotterdam. I have been to film festivals before, but I’ve never been to one specifically for wildlife filmmaking – let alone one that was screening a film I’d made.
There’s a lot of wildlife endemic to Scotland which simply does not exist south of the border. The Capercaillie, the Scottish Wildcat, the Golden Eagle, the White-Tailed Sea Eagle, Reindeer (yes, you read that right), Black Grouse, Ptarmigan – the list can and does go on.
Going to Scotland is becoming an annual thing for us. While October is not particularly cold in England, it’s when the weather really changes in Scotland, so we didn’t really want to take a tent. A friend put me in touch with her friend, who by chance had just bought one.