Garden visitors

A collared dove in the back and a robin in the front, 4th November 2015.

A fox comes for an evening rest, 19th May 2016.

A hedgehog enjoys an evening meal, 17th July 2016.

A long tailed tit in the hawthorn, 7th September 2016.
And one in the beech, 19th September 2016.

A resident of the pond, 15th September 2016.
A squirrel in next door's poplar tree, 16th September 2016.

Sparrow and Coal Tit on the back garden seed feeder, 20th September 2016.

Two hedgehogs visiting the garden on 2nd October 2016.

Hedgehogs have been visiting the garden (and that of our neighbour) regularly during 2016 but we've only seen one in the daytime previously.
On 18th October, though, I happened to glance out of the back window just before 1pm and saw one.
Thinking it may be searching for food I put out a pile of mealworms next to a water bowl already there. The hedgehog had a good feed and then went off into the ivy against the garage.
I glanced out a short while afterwards and saw it walking down the garden so followed it and watched as it went under the fence into the school field beyond.
I've always been led to believe that hedgehogs are only seen in daytime if they are sickly but this one was certainly feeding and walking strongly so, hopefully, will be OK.

19th October 2016, Mk1 hedgehog feeding station installed and stocked with mealworms.
Just in time because minutes later the first customer arrived.

A fox (25th) and a hedgehog (26th) October 2016.

Butterflies in the garden on 31st July 2019.

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