Wednesday, 3 November 2010
"There's a fox in the cellar"
It was the second occasion in 10 days when she has encountered a fox in the early afternoon. The first was in our high walled rear garden when she opened the back door and almost stepped on it.
Now we've nothing against foxes which are common enough in the ward area - and they keep the vermin down. But we'd rather not have one living in the cellar!
My question. Two daylight close encounters in 10 days after 14 years without such excitement. Are there other indicators of changing fox patterns in the Sciennes area?
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