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Hello all - and welcome to Badger's Blog Waspales and Mewora! What's it all about, you ask?

Here we talk about cool wildlife stuff like the animals we've seen or the things we've found out. We tell jokes, show pictures and share awesome videos we've watched.

Check out this one!

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Sounds like you've all been counting garden birds this week. I get a few regulars near my sett. I've seen -

- blue tits
- robins
- blackbirds
- great tits
- woodpigeons
- collared doves

I'm hoping I might spot a woodpecker or a nuthatch one day, or maybe even a bird of prey. That would brilliant! Sometimes I can hear tawny owls hooting at night but I've never seen them...

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Snowdrops! Yeah - I've seen some too! Don't think I've beaten you though, Swiftafa.

Can't wait for proper spring now when I can start looking out for lively minibeasts and flowering plants again. I wonder what my first butterfly of the year will be?

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Heehee - check out this video everyone. It's all about some of my favourite stuff. Mud!

I really like the magical music and animation. I might have to start trying to make my own compost too.

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Happy New Year everyone! Did Santa bring you what you asked for at Christmas?

I got lots of useful wildlife guide books this year to help me identify the plants and animals I come across. My Great Uncle Boar also gave me a big backpack to carry all my stuff around with me when I next go out exploring. Can't wait to try all my new gear out!

I tried your idea Swiftafa, but even with hundreds and thousands on top Santa didn't eat the worm mince pies I left out for him. They didn't go to waste though - I scoffed them myself!

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comments

  • Ospreyas
    • Date: 2013-12-05 17:30:50
    • Ospreyas

    Last night I was looking out my bedroom window and I saw a Fox nipping past .It was at 11:00 and it had a big bushy tail.

  • Ospreyas
    • Date: 2013-12-05 17:29:31
    • Ospreyas

    Last night I was looking out my bedroom window and I saw a Fox nipping past .It was at 11:00 and it had a big bushy tail

  • Wigeonugru
    • Date: 2013-12-04 18:35:48
    • Wigeonugru

    I saw a few scrapes and some torn out fur on the grass in a local park yesterday, obviously rabbits fighting. What would they be fighting about, though, at this time of year? My teacher said he's known them to have kittens as late as December in a wool bale, how territorial are the bucks though? (We human does are generally more civilised, but I don't have any rabbit friends)

  • Cootagra
    • Date: 2013-12-04 12:15:27
    • Cootagra

    i love wildlife watch

  • Cootagra
    • Date: 2013-12-04 12:15:26
    • Cootagra

    i love wildlife watch

  • Cootagra
    • Date: 2013-12-04 12:15:25
    • Cootagra

    i love wildlife watch

  • Cootagra
    • Date: 2013-12-04 12:15:23
    • Cootagra

    i love wildlife watch

  • Cootagra
    • Date: 2013-12-04 12:15:17
    • Cootagra

    i love wildlife watch

  • Whinchaca
    • Date: 2013-11-30 14:02:51
    • Whinchaca

    there are lots of cool things i didnt know, thanks to wildlife watch i have learned more than i thought.

  • Swiftafa
    • Date: 2013-11-25 14:13:28
    • Swiftafa

    hi , just had 2 great trips back home to wales . first was on sunday nov 17 when i went to RSPB Conway with sutton coldfield rspb group. early start at 7am and got there about 10.15am . we had a great day , saw lots of waterfowl and waders including the elusive water rail . great view. weather was great too and i got some bara brith and welsh cakes from the cafe. two days later my friend and i were at lake Vyrnwy in mid wales and we had snow flurries , saw snow on the mountains and at lower ground too , i was a mutt---i left my camera at home so couldnt take any snowy pics! the sun was out , sky blue and it was so beaurtiful.. in the hide we saw lots of small birds on the feeders such as siskin , great,blue ,marsh and coal tits, chaffinches , robin, nuthatch, and saw pheasants on the ground too , we had lunch in the cafe and went to the rspb shop where i found enough snow for snowballs!. we went over the dam and saw 2 ravens and a redkite circling overhead. we drove round the lake as someone told us dippers had been seen but sadly we didnt see them. we had had a great day. i have seen a small hedgehog outside on the grass and was concerned about as it should have hibernated by now. and may not survuive the winter. however i havent seen it lately so maybe at last it has hibernated .. i did see a squashed hedgehog up the road on way to church on sunday morning so hope it wasnt that little one i had seen last week.. any one else seen any late hedgehogs?