We leave the rear of our garden overgrown. The insects love it, as do the slow worms and butterflies. The foxes tend to use it as a pathway from neighbouring gardens. Among the various native plants that have taken over that corner are a number of raspberry bushes. We leave the fruit on them for the birds, but it appears that they are not the only species that enjoys a little fruit snack. This is 'Red'.
He was rooting around in there for several minutes, and emerged looking pleased with himself.
Earlier he and Pretty had been enjoying the sunshine and rooting for chafer bugs (a staple of their diet at this time of the year). Here are the two of them showing off their playful side.
Camera note: all shots taken with the Canon 7D and EF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L USM IS lens.