Feeding Sign – Live

A few weeks back I decided to watch a badger sett that I had recently discovered, in a nut shell I sat for two hours for about 30 seconds of Badger emerging from the sett and running off through the woodland. Still the main thing is I saw the badger…

So after the 30 seconds of excitement was over (just joking, there’s nothing like a relaxing zone in) I went for a stroll along the river’s edge. Whilst watching the light fade and the birds finding roosting spots along the river I heard nibbling sound to one side of me. I could see a stem of grass moving around and every now and then it would drop a couple of centimetres.
Something, I’m guessing a mouse was having an evening snack.

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2 Comments

  1. Kate 18 October, 2012 at 9:17 am #

    I think this is a water vole from the way it pulls the stalks down and from the loud crunching. It’s a water vole-y area, isn’t it?

    • Nigel Grigsby 18 October, 2012 at 9:33 am #

      Hi Kate

      Unfortunately this isn’t a water vole area so not a water vole.

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