The hutch for our Garden Dormouse has been hanging in the garden for a week now.
Last night was the big moment, and much sooner than I had thought.
The little “Zorro mouse” appeared twice during the night and inspected the new flat extensively.
The building substance as such, but also the rudimentary interior decoration, which I have already provided, was closely inspected.
Then we can be excited to see if our Garden Dormouse likes the house, if he’ll come back one of the next nights and maybe even settle into the house.
I would certainly like it to. To crown it all, I could imagine that this is a female and that the babies will be raised in the hutch.
But let’s be modest for now and hope for a move in.
By the way:
The Garden Dormouse is Animal Of The Year 2023
Unfortunately, the Garden Dormouse is a very endangered species, which is why the Garden Dormouse Tracing Action Alliance has been taking measures since this year to create a suitable habitat for Zorro.
I hope that I can make a small contribution to this with the Garden Dormouse House and my garden.
Unfortunately, there were small technical problems during the first visit, which led to a partially pixelated video. The second visit was then without problems.
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