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I was putting all my Squirrels out for weeks thinking a fox was taking them but...

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Hi GS

I have seen three in all my years around west Lancs area. By your response I can see it was a bit of a unexpected sighting and agree that they are not common especially over towards my neck of the woods. Fascinating sight.

Don't let the sneaky rat fool you, he looks like the main culprit. 🤣

Old brock will make short work of snaffling those Greyun's

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All my feeders get visited by Badgers if you put a mixed feed in them the squirrels will empty feeder until they find the  bits they like the rest go on the floor which will attract other vermin

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10 hours ago, 7daysinaweek said:

have seen three in all my years around west Lancs area. By your response I can see it was a bit of a unexpected sighting and agree that they are not common especially over towards my neck of the woods. Fascinating sight.

7daysinaweek   come to Kent we are over run with the bloody things eating every thing they can reach or dig up .

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30 minutes ago, London Best said:

See more badgers than foxes at night round here now.

Same here, I doubt there's a road around here that doesn't have at least one decaying badger on it. Makes annoying dog walks for the OH at times. 😀

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1 hour ago, TIDES EDGE said:

7daysinaweek   come to Kent we are over run with the bloody things eating every thing they can reach or dig up .

I have to agree they can be a quite savage regarding their environment. Just a little unusual to see in our immediate area.

atb

7diaw

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I agree there seems to be more badgers in Kent than foxes, very evident in the lambing fields.
 

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Now, now, you all know they are nice soft cuddly creatures that do no harm to anything at all. Brian May says that, so it must be true. 

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I initially thought it was a fox as I had seen them at this point on more than one occasion.

I decided to put the trail cam out to find out for sure.

Rats and Badgers only, over three days I think.

I see Badgers most times  when I have sat out with night vision particularly on this permission, so quite common.Not seen one Hedgehog though, I think I know why.

At least 50 Squirrels have been put out in this area over the previous 12 months.

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