The Belted Galloway cattle back in the heathland

belted-galloway-cattle-munching-grassBrentmoor Heath & Folly Bog Surrey Wildlife Trust Ranger, ben.habgood@SurreyWT.org.uk, said in his summer notice that the docile Belted Galloway cattle would be back in September.

I’ve seen them, not that they were at all interested in me being just feet away from them. They’d all got their heads down munching on the grass. I’d like to see them tacking the bracken, and the invasive scrub, though it’ll take more than a few cattle to tackle that.

When walking in the heathland better watch out for the cow pats.

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