Mrs Hoppy


After a lot of rain, during last evening and overnight, today has been dry, warm and sunny.

Today’s picture is of a female Reeves Muntjac and as she is the biggest of the three females who visit, I think that she is Hoppy’s female friend; she does not have a name of her own, just Mrs Hoppy. As you can see she still has all four legs, unlike Hoppy who has only three and a half. She is on the far side of the garden, just in front of the area deliberately left wild, for the wildlife; this was taken through the kitchen window.

I had a wide choice of wildlife to choose from today, the larger of our two foxes paid a visit, as did a male pheasant and several squirrels.

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