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Well what a month , as the world goes into lockdown to counter the spread of Covid 19 our own back yard wildlife has become all the more important. March didn’t disappoint , with loads of garden activity.

C03B723E-45D6-4144-ACDE-6E143C161D6DWe now have hogs everywhere , one hedgehog became two, just in time for the opening of the Hibernation Arms ( just as all the human bars / pubs closed their doors ) Our two hogs were soon joined by new arrivals Bud and Stella , two rescue hedgehogs who tasted freedom for the first time . Speaking of the Hibernation Arms , the pub was burgled by a prickly looking thief, and also hired its first manager. And that wasn’t the only theft in the garden with the Fox in a box.……

A797C61B-F608-4DC3-A3E8-6DBA7C404CE3The Photography Show was an early casualty of the Corona virus postponed until September along with a much anticipated day out with Bob Brind-Surch. Alex is back , confined to home with his series of blogs about garden wildlife , a theme definitely developing here and now a winner of mammal photographer of the year , a big well done Alex.

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There was some good news from the government with the announcement that the badger cullwas to end and about time to. We meet Pippa the Pine Martin , George the Great Tit . We were attacked by Pigeons and found a fox , listening to voices in his head !


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