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Dormice don't read text books

One of the things I love about monitoring dormice is the way they frequently surprise me. When I first started learning about dormice I was amazed at how much we don’t know about them. 327 more words

Mammals

When is a cat not a cat?

I told you last week how we discovered that there was a mouse inside the kitchen door and that the male biped had a cunning plan. 808 more words

Great Pyrenees

A winter’s night

A winter’s night

“This work (in full or in part) may not be reproduced in any form without the written permission of the author, Katerina Michouli.” © 2014 at 14:30, 04.10.2014… 95 more words

Poetry

Hazel Dormouse

The word “dormouse” comes from the French word “dormir,” which means to sleep. And a hundred years ago, if you were trimming a hedge in Cornwall or Kent (England), you might come upon a lovely sleeping dormouse. 381 more words