5 Year Member
- Oct 26, 2011
- Location (City and/or State)
- Kent, South East England
No, we haven’t seen any hoglets We seem to have 3 regular adult visitors - 2 male and 1 female as far as I can make out - so I haven’t lost hope yet.Sorry to hear you've not been well Linda, but glad you're feeling better now.
Lovely pics again - your garden's looking like a wildlife haven.
Any signs of hoglets yet?
I've had lots of bees and butterflies flitting about, and all my frogs are still here in spite of a neighbours cat watching them, I'm sure he watches my house to make sure I'm in bed and can't turn the hose on him. So going to have to get a motion activated sprinkler.
I've not seen any newts since one wandered onto my kitchen last autumn - hopefully he moved on safely.
We have loads if bees, but fewer butterflies. The ines that are around at the moment are Holly Blues. I am hoping that my wildlflower seeding will encourage more over time.
Next door but one’s cat is obsessed with our frogs, but hasn’t caught one yet. We had a toad sat in the hedgehog water dish one evening last week
I keep looking for newts too, but haven found any either. We had one we found hibernating in leaves behind the shed last winter, but they don’t appear to have made it to the pond. Hopefully it didn’t become hedgehog dinner. Hedgehogs will eat newts and frogs!
We also got a glimpse of the badger on camera last week. It peeped under the fence but didn’t come in.