Tuesday, 21 August 2007


I've been away for a week, and while I'm glad to see there's been a sighting at White Lion Meadow in my absence, I'm less happy that the trolley's not been touched and that there are three more with it. Appalling. This is the habitat of the UK's most endangered mammal we're talking about. I'm really hoping someone's going to take some action soon.

On a more positive note, here's a lovely film clip of Derek Gow releasing a hundred voles at Catterick. This is how it should be done: http://search.bbc.co.uk/cgi-bin/search/results.pl?q=water+voles+catterick&scope=all&edition=d&tab=av&recipe=all

PS: Viv, if you're reading this, thanks! A pleasure.


Dave said...

Bad news on the trolleys - are the EA upto anything?

Love the clip. Especially the one intent on biting his chum despite being held back by the tail.

Kate said...

They can be quite aggressive, I gather.

I'll ring the EA next week and see what's doing.