Autumnwatch & Springwatch

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  • Comment number 60. Posted by Tim

    on 24 Jan 2014 16:57

    The Isle of Wight is well known for the Red Squirrels and Hazel Dormice that live in our woodlands but if you are really lucky you might find one of our native Red deer with them, possibly a unique assemblage of species for southern England

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  • Comment number 59. Posted by Moorstuff

    on 23 Jan 2014 10:53

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/48646419@N05/8389785585/in/pool-1603025@N22/

    Re: Frost Flowers

    Nick follow the link above to Winterwatch Flickr to see Frost Flowers in Milfordleigh, 3mls from your home!

    Can show you anytime if the weather is right (peter.c.bennett.01@googlemail.com)

    How about Texas Flood by Stevie Ray for Somerset

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  • Comment number 58. Posted by Tina B

    on 22 Jan 2014 21:27

    A. Dormouse
    B. Wood mouse
    C.squirrel
    D. Greater spotted woodpecker

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  • Comment number 57. Posted by Alan Ferguson

    on 22 Jan 2014 21:26

    A - Dormouse

    B- Woodmouse

    C - Great Spotted Woodpecker

    D- Squirrel

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  • Comment number 56. Posted by Steve Pask

    on 22 Jan 2014 21:25

    A. Dormouse
    B. Wood mouse
    C. Squirrel
    D. Jay

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  • Comment number 55. Posted by hawfinch

    on 22 Jan 2014 21:25

    A dormouse B field vole C jay D squirrel

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  • Comment number 54. Posted by helen aitken-smith

    on 22 Jan 2014 21:24

    Helen Aitken-Smith

    A. Dormouse
    B. Wood mouse
    C. Shrew
    D. Grey Squirrel

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  • Comment number 53. Posted by Isabel

    on 22 Jan 2014 21:24

    A.Wood Mouse
    B. Bank Vole
    C. Hazel Dormouse
    D Squirrel

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  • Comment number 52. Posted by glynnanderton

    on 22 Jan 2014 21:22

    A wood mouse
    B bank vole
    C dormouse
    D grey tree rat (squirrel)

    Thomas and his dad glynn

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  • Comment number 51. Posted by Luke S

    on 22 Jan 2014 21:22

    Hi all.

    I think the nibbles are:

    A Bank Vole
    B Wood Mouse
    C Nuthatch
    D Squirrel

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