The Wood Mouse or Field Mouse is has relatively large ears, big eyes and a long tail. It is most easily confused with the House Mouse, which has smaller eyes, ears and hind feet, and grey-brown fur rather than the brown back and contrasting white belly of the Wood Mouse.
The Wood Mouse is very common and widespread in woods, grasslands and heathland. It frequently comes into buildings for warmth in the winter months. They feed on seeds, buds and invertebrates. A good sign of Wood Mice are the characteristic teeth marks on the shells of nuts that they have eaten. Mice droppings in house roofs are sometimes mistakenly identified as bat droppings, which look very similar, but mouse droppings dry to a hard pellet whereas bat droppings can be crumbled into dust.
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