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Are you putting wood mice into your feeder in the hope of attracting owls?
How did it get in?
Normally I would be saying you can not tell from the photo whether this is a wood or yellow-necked mouse, but you are in Scotland so it must be a wood mouse - or a yellow-necked mouse on its holidays!
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Hi Graham, There is a hole in the back of the feeder which it enters after climbing 3 feet down the outside of the wooden clad shed (the feeder is roughly 5 feet above the ground). I have also observed the mouse leap from the feeder into a rose bush - pretty impressive for a wee thing that size. Calum.
Thanks, another puzzle solved!
Lat/Lng: 56.8475, -5.0458
OS grid ref: NN143770
This is in a small garden which borders onto river and mature woodland