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Flooding protection and Water Vole preservation work


Geoffrey Settle
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Just for you Baz, walking along another part of the brook we spotted our friend basking in the sun :D

 

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But as soon as we got too close she was off for another place along the brook...

 

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AS soon as she sensed our dog getting close even though we where on the other side she got ready for take-off

 

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and then she was up up and away.....

 

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Now if only I could get a good snap of the Kingfisher that would be great but he's too fast just a blurr of flourescent blue, but I'm sure that I caught a brief glimpse of a watervole along side the golf course higher up the brook.

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Not sure Vic, but I imagine that they wer'ent too impressed by the diggers and took a short vacation. I haven't read all of DS's book yet but he may have touched on the subect of wild animals and development. :wink:

If that's all that happened, someone's broken the law - you can't just start "improving" their habitat without mitigation measures (which might include translocation)

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