This video is about hazel dormice and their habitat in Limburg province in the Netherlands.
It is by the Dutch Mammal Society.
November 2013: The hazel or common dormouse is an important ‘bio indicator’, preferring to live in rich, well, managed native woodland with a mix of species for seasonal food. Yet its range has decreased by half over the last century; once widespread in England and Wales, it is now found mainly in southern England, parts of Wales and a handful of isolated northern populations: here
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- Dormouse: A far from sleepy adventure (insearchofthegruffalo.wordpress.com)
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