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For the last few weeks, we've been waking up to find shallow scrapes/holes appearing in our front lawn. It just happens at night. We were wondering what creature would be doing this - foxes? hedgehogs? We do have urban foxes so I
My lawn is being totally dug up at the moment by a young fox. Is there anything I can do to prevent this? I have chased it away a few times but it returns under cover of darkness!
Hi, Been thinking about building one, but I have a cat and foxes are known to come in the garden. I don't want fish, just a pond to encourage more wildlife.Thoughts? Why not? The cat might catch the odd critter, but I'm sure there'll be plenty left
as they flick their way along the fence. Then there is the fox again.Our garden, it seems, is as much a thoroughfare as ever. I've a house full of coughing and wheezing children at the moment, so none of us has gone out to disturb the snow. But there are tracks
might have. Thank you They do tend to brown for various physiological reasons. Could a fox or cat be urinating on it?
the doors tonight! Awww, shame. Do you have fox visitors. Luscious kohlrabi would be right up their street. happymarion wrote (see) Awww, shame. Do you have fox visitors. Luscious kohlrabi would be right up their street. I don't think any self
Thanks for any information The first one looks like Fox-and-cubs, Orange Hawkweed. It's a wildflower. You can actually buy them in garden centres. Some people might consider it a 'weed'. I have some in my own garden. It does actually grow quite well
.Unfortunately, the foxes that frequented the many out-of-the-way wildlife havens along the tracks could not read the danger signs and it was not uncommon to come across the remains of one picked clean beside the rails. At one time we had a good half dozen fox skulls around
or moss (sorry not casting aspersions on your lawn ) and are you absolutely positive that no bitch has been able to pee on your lawn lately? Do you have foxes visiting your garden? A vixen's urine will cause yellow patching too. If the lawn is fenced off
eaten last year - but I shall just sow in pots and plant out later!! The joy of happy active hens (and the eggs) is worth it. I would LOVE to keep a couple of hens, but I'm worried about the foxes. Where I live we have very long gardens, I could easily