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28/11/2011 at 18:44
I have had grass snakes breeding in my compost bins for the past seven years. I make sure they are filled by the spring then cover them with sheets of corrugated iron. I resist the urge to peak too often. Last time I looked I found piles of empty nut shells so there must be mice either living in there or using the corrugated iron as a save place to dine, I hope mice don’t eat grass snake eggs.
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