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the woods[which i back onto],i put food out for them but im not sure if they eat it or its the fox,local cat,rats or mice i like to think its spike....sueA..how can you tell if its hedgehog poo?kate,im gonna look into becoming a hedgehog champion
. The weather front is normally hovering along the coastline, the hills give some idea of the day we will have and to the west we can see almost to the pennines as to what we are about to receive. Our local weather forecaster is well and truly foxed
tasty had somehow got wedged in it. I've cleared out plenty of chicken bones from our gutters over the years, dropped there, I think, by crows who have raided gardens where titbits have been left out for cats or foxes.Then it was the jays, three of them
house! No rodent could have carried something so big so I am thinking maybe a fox. I put 2 bricks either side of the euonymus to deter further digging. What I really need is an infra red camera and Bill Oddie.... I have a plastic greenhouse and have been
Blackie, Flossie, Polo, Mary-hen, Sophie and Puff. We have a big garden and they have the run of it during the day. We have to shut them in a run when we go out as there are lots of foxes round here. I would love to be able to afford an Egloo for them! How
Thanks for that. Can you give me any good tips on what perennials to buy for a large border.The border backs onto a beck with fields behind.It can be a windy spot. I have put in two buddlea plants ,fox gloves and lupins,lavender.I Phlox ,day lilies
, squirrels or foxes)?
to prevent other suitors taking advantage until the eggs are laid. At present there are approximately no cow pats in my garden, but we have two well-fed cats, and the regular procession of foxes leave more than their fair share of strong-smelling faeces. Even
’ve been writing this, a long-tailed tit just bobbed into that same apple tree, and a fox just popped through the gap in the fence and trotted up the muddy lawn. I’ve seen the first insect too — a harlequin ladybird. Normal service has been resumed.
were decorated with sparkly cobwebs. On the way back we stopped off to pick up some windfalls from beneath the apple trees, avoiding those already chewed by the fox and muntjac.At lunchtime I sat outside and ate a piece of toast (with home-made apricot