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He acted as guide on the journey, and caused concern on a few occasions when he was nearly killed by fire, a car and a carp fish. In the TV series he survives, but he is killed by Bully in the books. Pompous tawny owl who often scouted for the group and voiced her opinion on everything. She breaks down later on in the series and leaves the Park, however soon turns back to her old self.
She returns with a mate. In the books she is male and called Tawny Owl, and his relationship with his mate Holly disintegrates but returns again. TV series: Female, loud, cheeky and childish — the group's comic foil. Books: Male, and the quiet loner of the group, though he shares a loose friendship with Adder and feuds with Tawny Owl.
Viciously sarcastic and sharp-witted European adder. Throughout the journey, the animals, particularly the tiny fieldmice, voles and shrews, are wary of his commitment to the Oath. Very much the foil to the other animals' pretensions or idealism. Adder is male with red eyes in the books and a female in the TV series. Lookout and scout for the group as they travelled.
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She mysteriously disappeared after the second season. In the books she is a male and had moved away to find food without the risk of eating a Farthing Wood animal before the beginning of the 5th book. Worm-greedy mole who often got lost or left behind along the journey. He digs tunnels to help the Animals get in and out of places during the journey. Best friend of Badger. Died in the first winter in White Deer Park, leaving his mate, a son named Mossy and an unnamed daughter which was mentioned at Springtime.
He is sometimes referred to as Moley often by Badger. Mole was sometimes transported by Badger on the Journey because he was very slow due to his small feet and short-sighted eyes. Two game birds who were often afraid of being shot at, and who had a very poor relationship. Both perished early in the series, shot separately by a farmer.
Both usually panicked in dangerous situations. The pair had two babies at the beginning of the series, but one was shot by a man. They had another baby during the rest of the series. Mother Rabbit was eventually killed by Scarface. Father Rabbit is sometimes known as Rabbit.
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Their leader is referred to as Rabbit. All of the original rabbits had died before the beginning of the 5th book due to their short life span, but they had many offspring. TV series: A hare who was a bit full of himself, and his mate, Mrs.
Hare, who was eventually killed by Scarface. They had a couple of offspring in the park, named Leveret and Dash. Hare disappeared after the second series. Books: Hare and his mate. They had died before the beginning of the 5th book due to old age. They had two sons, one was killed in the park by a stoat, the other was called Leveret by the Farthing Wood Animals and survived. TV series: Pair of hedgehogs who were often among the slowest animals of the group. Both were run over by a lorry on a motorway since they were too prickly to be carried across.
Their leader was referred to as Hedgehog. Two old hedgehogs were run over on the motorway, the others made it to the park. All the original hedgehogs had died before the beginning of the 5th book due to old age, but they had many offspring.
TV series: Grey Squirrel and his mate who were present for the entire series. They are good climbers and the motorway was no trouble for them. Their leader was referred to as Squirrel. TV series: Vole, who often attempted to assert his authority in the group, and his mother, Mrs. Vole was killed by Scarface. Vole was accidentally killed by the Farthing Wood carnivores in the first winter. Their leader was referred to as Vole. Some of the voles had babies during the journey, but they were killed by the Butcher Bird together with some adult voles.
All of the original voles had died before the beginning of the 5th book due to old age and being hunted, but they had many offspring. A shrew and his mate. They were the quietest and least noticed of the entire group. Both disappear after the second series. These animals appeared only in the TV series. TV series: Fieldmouse and his mate Mrs. Fieldmouse, who had three babies during the journey to White Deer Park, but they were killed by the Butcher Bird. Fieldmouse was accidentally killed by Kestrel shortly after the arrival at White Deer Park.
Fieldmouse supposedly perishes at the end of the first winter. Their leader was referred to as Fieldmouse. Some of the fieldmice had babies during the journey, but they were all killed together with some adult fieldmice. All of the original fieldmice had died before the beginning of the 5th book due to old age and being hunted, but they had many offspring.
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TV series: Two newts and their baby. Aquatic creatures who often became desperate for water. Left behind at a marsh during the journey because they couldn't go any further and assumed to have been killed by fire.