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Hazel Dormouse


A Hazel Dormouse in the Forest of Dean photographed back in September. Dormice feed high up in the trees on a variety of food. They eat flowers and pollen during the spring, fruit in summer and nuts, particularly hazel nuts, in autumn. 30 more words

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

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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

Psst ....

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Bzzzzz ...

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Come on down

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