Conservation Status: Least Concern
Family: Rodent < Cricetidae
Habitat: Farmland, Woodland, Gardens, Grassland, Heathland, Thick Undergrowth
Diet: Fruit, nuts, small insects, roots,
Appearance: Chesnut brown, Round shaped faces with a smaller profiled ears and eyes.
Average Body Length: 850-1200mm
Average Tail Length: 600 mm
Average Weight: 15 -40 g
Extra Info: Easily misidentified as a rat, the Bank Vole is a more rounded shape with a less defined face. They are the smallest of the Vole species. Nest underneath logs, tree roots and holes underground. The bank vole digs holes and fills them with food for winter. Burrows are set in soft soil between roots fo trees or shrubs with multiple entraces.
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