Welcome to the Autumn Issue of The Mammal Next Door!
Autumn can be a fabulous time of year in the UK with it’s annual changing of colours. There is a glut of food for mammals; some of which for example the dormouse and hedgehog will provide essential fat stores for hibernation, whereas others (who don’t hibernate like wood mice and squirrels) will stash food in their burrows or bury them in the ground.
Red deer is the largest land-mammal in the UK. They are a native species but they are confined to...Read more
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