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I've just been reading about hedgehogs. Apparently surveys show that hedgehog populations have dropped by almost 50% over the past 25 years. One of the things you can do to help them is to leave a small gap in your garden boundary so they can move
We've had two hedgehogs hibernating in our garden over the winter - one of them woke up last night - there was hedgehog poo on the pathway at the side of the house - I don't know which one it was - I've placed a little twig across the entrance
A friend of mine recently found a juvenile hedgehog. It was curled in a ball in the middle of the road, with cars whizzing past. Had my friend not been in the right place at the right time, this young hoglet would almost certainly have met a sticky
I recently visited the home of Sue Kidger, a hedgehog carer from Twickenham. As far as I’m aware she’s the only hedgehog carer in the south London area. Sue’s transformed the top floor of her house into a rehabilitation centre-cum-hog hospital
In the 1950s, the UK was home to some 30 million hedgehogs. Now it's estimated that there are just one million, according to a recent report published by the People’s Trust for Endangered Species (PTES). It’s not known exactly why hedgehogs
For years we had the pleasure of a resident family of hedge hogs. Sadly we havent seen any for the past 2 years or so. I know there is a big decline in the hedge hog population, but our garden is as "hedgehog friendly" as we can posssibly make it
Please do get involved with our public participation project called Hedgehog Street (in partnership with People's Trust for Endangered Species). See www.hedgehogstreet.org for how you can help by making only very small changes to the way you manage
Please supply details of a Hedgehog Hospital in the Gedling, Nottingham area for futhre referenceRegardsJacqueline Dodsley RSPCA will tell you, Jacqueline. I haven't seen Hedgehog in my garden for such a long time. We have recently had a garage put
I glad you were able to rescue the hedgehog,so many are run over and thier habitate is under threat.I have not seen any around my area for awhile where once they were common. Thanks for your comment flowering rose. It was one lucky hedgehog!
Hello Adam,I haven't seen a hedgehog for years just an increase in wood pigeons crows and foxes.Oldchippy.