Far more people are now gardening with wildlife in mind, and mammal visitors are often seen as a real bonus. Almost all gardens, including those in the heart of any city, will receive at least occasional visits from some mammals. The closer you live to places where mammals are often found – woodland, a park, a railway line or piece of rough ground – the greater the likelihood of a variety of mammal visitors. But wherever you are, and whatever the size of your garden, with a little work and patience you should be rewarded with sightings of at least some of our native mammals.
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