Observed while doing S159 field study.
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There are no sheep on this farmland so I think that id is unlikely. My daughters Usborne Spotters Guide to Animal Tracks and Signs says roe deer droppings "may be found singly or in heaps, sometimes stuck together".
are usually found as separate pellets, but both roe and fallow dung can also be found in this more sheep-like aggregate form.
It depends on the diet, I suppose.
Normally I would go for sheep, but if there are none... Also they look very dark and shiny for sheep.
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