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Did you not let Igor out to join them?

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2 hours ago, Mick Dempsey said:

Large family of wild boar in a field this morning at 8am.

 

Taken from the van with an iPhone.

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Do you see them regularly?

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1 minute ago, eggsarascal said:

Do you see them regularly?

More evidence of them really, upturned earth, animal trails etc. 
Not a rare sight, but unusual to see so many. At the bottom of the field where they’re pictured there is a stream and some cleared woodland, thick regrowth and brambles, ideal for passing the day unseen.

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9 minutes ago, htb said:

Did you not let Igor out to join them?

They’d tear him apart if he caught a hoglet and it squealed.

 

He spectated with me.

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Just now, Mick Dempsey said:

They’d tear him apart if he caught a hoglet and it squealed.

 

He spectated with me.

Sensible chap, got a Jack Russel the same, no fear.

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23 hours ago, gary112 said:

7FD55BA4-C854-4CCA-900A-6CEF1D026AD6.thumb.jpeg.636a5a92f89a78be0a71d9ab1039a555.jpegJust found this one in the back garden 

Lucky you. Sightings here are few and far between.

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Just now, AJStrees said:

Lucky you. Sightings here are few and far between.

It was a real treat for us to be honest,it,s the first one we,ve seen here in 12 years!

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3 minutes ago, gary112 said:

It was a real treat for us to be honest,it,s the first one we,ve seen here in 12 years!

Yeah the estate I work on and have done for 20 years. Haven't ever seen one myself. However this year I have seen 3 photos of hedgehogs that people have seen on the site in the evening. So things are looking up for the hogs. 

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