The usual route, explained...

The usual route, explained...

Observation - The usual route, explained... - UK and Ireland. Description: This is one of this years cubs. It came from underneath the feeder, and sniffed the rodent tunnels. It then proceeded down the side of the house, went round the fence and into next door's garden, it's usual route. After arriving in our neighbour's garden

This is one of this years cubs. It came from underneath the feeder, and sniffed the rodent tunnels. It then proceeded down the side of the house, went round the fence and into next door's garden, it's usual route. After arriving in our neighbour's garden it crosses their driveway and jumps the chicken wire fence to get to the house two doors down from us. It then crosses their front garden, jumps another chicken wire fence and arrives in front of the kitchen window three doors down from us. There it waits patiently for the owners to throw out a whole chicken breast, which it takes, jumps the chicken wire fence, crosses the driveway of the house two doors down from us, jumps the other chicken wire fence and crosses our neighbour's driveway, then round the fence dividing us and our neighbour's garden, goes round the side of our house again, back under the feeder and then makes its way to the compost heap, which it crosses, jumps the chicken wire fence dividing us and the house on the other side of us and disappears somewhere there. *phew*