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THE MEADOW

Meadow date 29-12-2020

Three days to go before we officially become lease holders of the wildflower meadow . The camera traps have recorded more animals visiting the meadow , mainly mammals at night . So far we have had visits from Muntjacs, Foxes , Rabbits and Rats. No images yet of any Badgers but there are signs of a badger sett that has been recently used. Bird species include the Robin, Redwing And Blackbird.

The hide is progressing well in the workshop . Three quarters done but with the tricky windows and roof still to go. Here is last nights action…..

WILDLIFE NEWS

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