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    Default My rather dull froggy friend!

    He is back again!

    He stays in the water feature all year round, only appearing now and again if the weather is warm. He goes out to look for food, then returns to his 'cave' under the urn where the water pump makes it nice and warm for him!
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    Joined by another tiny frog last week. Not sure where they are coming from, but it nice to know the garden is frog-friendly!

    Our Hedgehog has returned after a long break, and taking food from his tray every night. It was lovely to see him again one evening just after 8pm. He has a strimmer mark across his back spines, but not sure if there has been any damage to his flesh. He seemed healthy otherwise, and quick enough on his feet.

    You don't have to do much to encourage wildlife into the garden!

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    That's good news Catherine and looks like the hog had a lucky escape.
    Rolf

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