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I think it is more likely to be a pellet from an owl as I can see some wing cases,but there also seems to be seed's so not 100% sure who's pellet it is.If your really interested you should collect it and wash them through a sieve and then see what's in it small bones ect ,this then help's to give a an identification of whose it is,plus measurements and any smell.
The 'seeds' appeared to be bullace/plum stones and the lump of faeces was about 7 cm long. I've seen similar in the past near a badger's sett.
It could be badger,they would eat plums and insects,maybe worth seeing if yo can spot there run any hair footprints ect.
It does look like badger and it is in a typical place. If it is then you'll find more along a line as they use latrines to mark their territory. Look for badger runs leading to the spot. Also examine the wall adjacent to the latrine for scratch marks. I know badger runs which cross 6ft dry stone walls even though they could go a few feet to the left and through a gateway - the badgers have gone that way long before the wall was built and they are not going to let a 'new' (at least 200 years old) wall get in their way!
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There were a few more at intervals on the wall and also one on the wall on the opposite side of the road further down. I didn't check for scratch marks though.
It may be worth putting Badger on as an identification then when other examples come on we will be able to view this one what about a likely but not certain.
I agree, add an identification of likely badger please.
Lat/Lng: 53.13544, -1.44554
OS grid ref: SK371599
A few of these found at intervals on a dry stone wall.