Easter Glis Glis Be Prepared for the Glis Glis Invasion

Easter Glis Glis Be Prepared for the Glis Glis Invasion Some may say that it is a little early to start worrying about Glis Glis but as Akela always used to say – Be Prepared Although most Glis Glis don’t start stirring from hibernation until late May a sudden mild spell in March can see… Read More

Are Glis Glis in Hertfordshire

Are Glis Glis in Hertfordshire? Somebody asked us today whether Glis Glis can be found in Hertfordshire. If you take a look at our Map of Glis Glis Sightings from 2016 you will notice that although we never trapped any glis glis in Hertfordshire we did have a report of a sighting of a glis… Read More

A Glis Glis is For Life Not Just For Christmas

A Glis Glis is For Life Not Just For Christmas We have received a number of worrying reports that Glis Glis are being woken from hibernation, enticed out from their nests with seasonal delicacies and are being captured by those who have been taken in by the latest trend of having a glis glis as… Read More

Glis Glis Taxidermist

Tweet Glis Glis Taxidermist Yes – You guessed it! our old friend Mrs. Armitage has sent us another email. She wants to know if anyone is aware of any taxidermists who specialise in stuffing Glis Glis We looked in to this for Mrs A and discovered that Glis Glis Taxidermy was all the rage in… Read More

Roast Glis Glis for Christmas Dinner

Roast Glis Glis for Christmas Dinner Our old friend Mrs. Armitage from Slough sent us an email last night asking us how many Glis Glis we think she requires to feed the Armitage family on Christmas Day. She informed us that 4 generations of Armitage’s will be there but not to worry about Emma as… Read More

Are Glis Glis in Berkshire

Are Glis Glis in Berkshire? Somebody asked us today whether Glis Glis can be found in Berkshire. If you take a look at our Map of Glis Glis Sightings from 2016 you will notice that we trapped a number of Glis Glis in Berkshire. As Glis Glis come out of hibernation we fully expect to… Read More

Glis Glis Trapping Licence

Glis Glis Trapping Licence To trap Edible (or Fat) Dormice, Glis glis (also known as Myoxus glis) This licence permits the trapping of Edible (or Fat) Dormice (Glis glis, also known as Myoxus glis) for the purposes of preserving public health and public safety, and to prevent serious damage to crops, fruit, growing timber and… Read More

Glis Glis Repellent

Glis Glis Repellent Prevention is better than cure as the old saying goes and this is certainly true where Glis Glis are concerned. Our old friend Mrs. Armitage from Slough wants to share a little tip with our readers. “When it comes to glis glis repellent there is nothing better than fox pee. A few… Read More

What do Glis Glis Droppings Look Like

What do Glis Glis Droppings Look Like Mrs. Armitage of Slough sent us the following photograph asking us if they were Glis Glis droppings. On initial inspection they do look like Glis Glis droppings but after testing some of the samples which Mrs. Armitage included with her photograph we are pretty sure they are in… Read More

Glis Glis Proofing Solar Panels

Glis Glis Proofing Solar Panels Mrs Archibald of Fareham Common asked us an interesting question on Twitter the other day   “Can glis glis damage solar panels?” We’ve heard of other pests causing problems with solar panels and know for sure that birds can cause big problems with solar panels especially pigeons – Pigeon proofing… Read More

Glis Glis Trapping Tips

Glis Glis Trapping Tips We will soon be providing demonstration courses on Glis Glis Trapping and How to set a Glis Glis Trap Glis Glis Traps as the name suggests are traps used for catching Glis Glis The location of where the trap is set is key Don’t set your glis glis traps in your… Read More

Rat or Glis Glis in Loft

Rat or Glis Glis in Loft Which Is Worse? Although smaller than rats Glis Glis tend to make a lot more noise and can do more damage by gnawing on pipes and cables. Glis Glis tend to be more cuddly than rats and get an ahhh effect rather than a ughhh effect Glis Glis have… Read More

Can I Have a Pet Glis Glis

Can I Have a Pet Glis Glis Somebody asked me the other day if it is illegal to keep a Glis Glis as a pet. To be honest I’m not sure and will have to research the topic. It is against regulations to released Glis Glis back in to the wild once captured so if… Read More

Roast Glis Glis and Apple

Roast Glis Glis and Apple Recipe Skin, gut, remove feet, tail and head. Clean out cavity and insert 1 small onion and coarsely chopped apple Drizzle with olive oil and season well Bake in oven for 28 minutes. Best served with new potatoes and fine green beans.

Stuffed Glis Glis Recipe

Stuffed Glis Glis Recipe Skin, gut, remove feet, tail and head. Clean out cavity and stuff with stuffing of your choice mixed together with sausage meat Wrap in silver foil and bake in oven for 20 minutes. Remove from oven, sprinkle with olive oil, season well and crisp up in the pan Best served with… Read More

Who To Call About Glis Glis Problems

Who To Call About Glis Glis Problems Pest Control Bucks now provide Glis Glis control in The Farnhams, Beaconsfield, Gerrards Cross, Amersham, The Chalfonts, The Chilterns, Chesham, Marlow, Maidenhead, South Bucks and Surrounding Areas.

Are Glis Glis in Oxfordshire?

Are Glis Glis in Oxfordshire? Somebody asked us today whether Glis Glis can be found in Oxfordshire. If you take a look at our Map of Glis Glis Sightings from 2016 you will notice that we trapped a number of Glis Glis near Chinnor on the South Oxfordshire Border. As Glis Glis come out of… Read More

Can Glis Glis Swim

Can Glis Glis Swim ? Mrs G from Beaconsfield sent us a letter last week; “Dear Glis Glis expert, We have a little stream at the bottom of our garden and this morning saw what was definitely not a water vole swimming from one bank to the other. It looked more like a squirrel than… Read More

Difference Between Glis Glis and Squirrels

Difference Between Glis Glis and Squirrels We are quite often asked how do we spot the difference between a glis glis and a squirrel. The glis glis has a squirrel like body, small ears, large feet and a bushy tail like a squirrel the main difference between squirrels and glis glis though is the size… Read More

Are Glis Glis Protected

Are Glis Glis Protected We quite often get asked whether glis glis are a protected species or not, can anybody trap gliss glis, can anybody destroy glis glis, etc. The gliss gliss is protected under Section 11(2) of the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981 The Glis Glis is protected under The Wildlife and Countryside Act…. Read More

How Big Are Glis Glis

How Big Are Glis Glis Up until the 1960’s the average length of the glis glis was between 12 and 20cm long plus a 10 to 15cm bushy tail. Since the Farnham Common incident in 1964 they have gradually been getting bigger and bigger and on 16th August 2015 a glis glis was trapped measuring… Read More

What do Glis Glis Eat

What do Glis Glis Eat Glis glis mainly eat berries, nuts, apples, leaves, flowers, insects, eggs, couscous, hummus, left over takeaways and wood wasps. Urban glis glis have developed new skills of ravaging for food by hanging around the bins outside takeaways and food outlets. Urban glis glis also mimic normal dormice in an effort… Read More

Facts About The Glis Glis Triangle

Facts About The Glis Glis Triangle The Glis Glis triangle is an approximate 200 square mile area covering Aylesbury, Beaconsfield and Luton. The Glis Glis triangle is infamous for missing hamsters, UFO sightings and sunken sailing boats. An early 80’s TV series – Triangle – was loosely based on the The Glis Glis Triangle. The… Read More

First Signs of Glis Glis

First Signs of Glis Glis Glis Glis tend to only be active from late May to late October, the remaining months of the year they hibernate. Although Glis Glis are predominantly nocturnal daytime sightings are sometimes reported towards the end of the glis glis season. Scratching noises coming from their attic or wall cavities are… Read More


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