There are some trees behind our house, a shelter belt from the main road, which lends itself to wildlife. It is a scruffy mix of native broadleaf trees and bramble in the undergrowth, enabling birds such as Tawny Owl, Sparrowhawk and Jay (amongst others) to nest, but it is sometimes home to mammals. We regularly get up to 5 Hedgehogs visit in the warmer months and we have even had a fox make an appearance in the garden. Yesterday we had a visit from a Muntjac, although not actually in the garden, it was seen in the trees just over the fence. A welcome addition to the flora and fauna of a back garden in Werrington.
Below are a couple of short videos.
I can't quite work out how to put the two together to just have one video! I am not very technically minded!