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Dalgety Bay Community Woodlands Group
We don't often get to see the various mammals that use the woodlands as most are nocturnal, or hide away in the undergrowth. For the same reason, getting photographs is even rarer.
In addition to the Roe Deer and Fox in the photos below we know there are small rodents in the woods, including Bank Voles, and another of their predators, the Weasel. The bats we see flitting through the gaps in the trees are most probably Common Pipistrelle. On the ground can be found Shrews, another insect eating mammal.
Roe Deer Stag
Roe stag in velvet and hind
Roe Deer Hind
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