Garden dormice in the Netherlands


This is a garden dormouse video.

Translated from daily De Limburger in the Netherlands:

In Savelsbos forest in the municipality Eijsden-Margraten live about seventy garden dormice, according to research by the Mammal Society in Nijmegen.

In May and June last year, employees and volunteers of the association counted garden dormice in the Savelsbos. That forest is the only place in the Netherlands where the endangered animal still exists.

This report says 69 garden dormice were counted.

See also here.

Hazel dormouse in Limburg: here.

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