Wood mouse or long-tailed field mouse looking for danger after finding a discarded apple in the lawn of a garden.
Wood mice feed on seeds, buds, fruits, insects, worms, centipedes, snails and fungi.
During the winter, they often share nests, with up to four individuals per nest. They are agile climbers and are active at night. They nest below ground in a complicated burrow system, which is used by consecutive generations. They do occasionally nest above ground in holes in trees. The nest itself is commonly made of leaves, moss and grass.
Wood mice have good night vision and an acute sense of smell.