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No foxes denning
23 June 2011 14:00
The sign suggests otherwise, but for the first year since 2000, there are no foxes denning under the station.
It smells a bit like fox, but the smell is orginating from caches thawing and not being eaten.
We always loved to see the puppies play, but the effect on the birds in town was enormous and the barnacle goose population has been in a steady decline. The vegetation has recovered from overgrazing. We are expecting a year full with goslings.
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