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Field Vole

Observed: 28th July 2012 By: jeremyrjeremyr’s reputation in Mammalsjeremyr’s reputation in Mammalsjeremyr’s reputation in Mammals
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Description:

These voles are common and are an important food species for owls. They have a blunt, rounded nose, quite different from a mouse's pointed snout. This one was close to the farm in an overgrown garden along the Hertfordshire Way

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Field vole

You can tell this is a field vole by the very short tail and grey/brown fur.

Graham Banwell

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