It’s not unusual to see more than one hedgehog in the garden , we have four regular visitors and most nights three hedgehogs normally take advantage of our free accommodation. We also have a resident mouse , who makes the odd appearance on film. However last night was the first time we have captured the mouse on film with another garden resident…..
The mouse looks vert cautious, obviously not keen on sharing a food bowl , the hedgehogs on the other hand don’t seem bothered at all by the little visitor. In fact nothing seems to bother the hedgehogs at all.
THE HARVEST MOUSE
Harvest Mouse Micromys minutus Most people think of the harvest mouse as the tiny red-brown animalclinging to a ripe ear of wheat, however you are just as likely to findthe mouse in a reed bed or clump of cocksfoot grass in an arable fieldmargin. The harvest mouse is the smallest rodent in Great Britain ,…
GARDEN WILDLIFE – WAITING
Garden Wildlife , waiting your turn It’s been a long time since my last garden wildlife post . There is still a lot of activity , mainly at night time with Foxes and Hedgehogs coming and going. We have a couple of resident Hedgehogs and here’s a short clip of the pair waiting in turn…
THE HIDE – BOAR
The Hide , Wednesday 22nd March 2023 Wild Boar , no not at the hide but whilst filling the feeder at the meadow hide I was reminded of a funny quote by Sir David Attenborough on Sundays episode of Wild Isles. There was a sequence in the programme showing how Wild Boar and Robins inadvertently…
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