Found on path under trees in country park.Spread over a length of about 50cm. There is a stream nearby. There are Mallard ducks around the area. Dogs are also walked here.
No interactions present.
Badgers tend to dig a shallow pit and deposit their droppings there.There are usually other deposits close by. I'm having trouble working out how big these ones are, but my guess would be ducks or geese.
Note all the white uric acid in the droppings; these are from a bird, which one? I'd need a scale to work that one out as they have been squashed/disintegrated.
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The overall length covered by the image is about 0.5m. There are certainly Mallard active in the area.
In that case that would make each one around 9cm. Accounting for the spread due to decomposition this could be mallard or possibly goose.
I have seen Canada geese in this location in the past but not during the regular visits I have been making this year.
Lat/Lng: 52.039, 1.119
OS grid ref: TM140424
Oak Avenue, Belsted Country Park