South hams hunter 8,480 Posted October 25, 2020 Report Share Posted October 25, 2020 On 24/10/2020 at 08:55, Greyman said: The muntis are spreading out like wildfire but because they don’t behave like roe etc they seem to have a reasonable hold on places before anyone realises they are there, I saw my first one on the Cotswolds when I was working up there and writhing 3 years I was catching them on trail cameras 40 miles further south and I now get them running around behind the warehouses in Avonmouth, i don’t no how long they have been about up there or when you were active up there they may have moved in when you left, out of interest how far south do people see them as G.B is only about 45 miles further down than me and has not got them yet it seems I've seen them at cullompton and in parts of Dorset 1 Quote Link to post Share on other sites
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