Once upon a time there lived a friendly wood mouse named Wilbur. He dined on seeds, nuts, shoots and funghi. Wilbur found all his favourite foods in Jenny Davis' garden. Jenny liked Wilbur a lot and decided she wanted to remember him forever so photographed his adventures and sent them to us.
Whilst perusing the photos we received this week, Wilbur the wood mouse undoubtedly stole my attention for obvious reasons. Those eyes, those ears, those little mousey paws.
Wilbur peered over garden rockery in hopes the neighbours cat couldn't see him (Photo courtesy of Nature's Home reader Jenny Davis)
What wildlife characters have you got visiting your garden? Comment below or send your photos to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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It's great to hear that your garden is inviting to wood mice. They're quite tiddly so it wouldn't surprise me if the snuck under your gate. Hopefully they'll continue to visit
We have 3 of these little fellas visiting our garden. We’re in the suburbs of Nottingham and over a mile from farmland but perhaps only a mile from a local park. They must’ve squeezed in under the back gate.
That sounds like a great plan! I'd love to have a read and look at some more wonderful Wilbur photos.
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