Found under a corrugated sheet.
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Based on tail-length I'd say field vole, but the coat does have a bit of a reddish tinge so I could have fallen for the bitten-off tail scenario again!
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Sorry Gill I've obviously got you jittery about tails! If you blow it up you can clearly see the tail tapers off to a point, hence it is a natural size and this is a field vole. There is a lot of grey/brown fur on the back though the head does look gingery.
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