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Just looked it up in Thorburn's Mammals and it must be either wood or house mouse. The ones I sometimes see dead when out for a walk must be harvest mice.
I thought field mice were tiny; just been out to measure this creature and it is 16/17 cm nose to tail.
Hi Rosie, hope you are well
There is a lovely line in the Blackadder series, when he asks his servant; 'Do you know what irony is?' and the servant replies, 'Yes, it's like coppery and silvery'.
Bumping this in hope of an identification.
...and I think you have a real eye for taking a good pic
When I click they go the right way up.
DavidS, incredible photos