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Our battle trying to stop the local fox population stealing the hedgehog food so far has not been very successful , with boxes being broken into on a regular basis. So it’s time to up our game with a new ” hedgehog cafe ” Last night the cafe opened it’s door for the first time and so far we seem to be winning. Mind you , it is still early days……

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THE HIDE – BUSY

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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…

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