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They will use garden as food sources, shelter and as breeding sites. Larger mammals, such as Foxes and Badgers, will have a very wide "home range" within which they will travel and search for food. They often are based in the countryside and venture into the urban environment to search for food. However, with rougher habitats of the urban area such as a railway bank, waste ground or woodland shelterbelt. Smaller mammals, such as Hedgehogs or mice, may often live entirely in garden areas, with a home in one garden and a feeding area that extends over several. To some extent, mammals may change their feeding area according to seasons, with minor migrations, but not on the same scale as birds.

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