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Wednesday, May 26, 2010

What's your relationship with Tube wildlife?

Do you love rather than hate pigeons on the London Underground? Do you come into regular contact with our feathered or furry friends on the Tube. If so a BBC documentary film maker would like to hear from you.

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Gaby Bastyra emailed me and said:

"I am a documentary film maker and am currently making a film for the BBC about London Wildlife. I figured you can't make this kind of film without including the Tube and the wildlife associated with it.

I stumbled across your blog and think it is great. I was reading the animal section which has some great stories. I am looking for people with similar stories about pigeons or the tube mice or even the mosquitos there. Ideally, I am looking for a person with a unique relationship with the animals of the underground. For example, someone who may feed mice at a certain platform/station every day or anyone involved in pest control or cleaning on the underground that comes into regular contact with the creatures that live there

If you feel you can help or have stories of anyone you think fits the bill, please email her at gabybastyra AT googlemail DOT com.

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