We were overwhelmed by the response to our 2020 hedgehog survey. A fantastic 1,085 of you submitted your hedgehog sightings, and the results are finally in.
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Helping hedgehogs can start in our own gardens, and luckily, it isn’t hard to make them feel welcome. Our friends at Essex Wildlife Trust have shared their tried and tested tips.
This year, hedgehogs were classed as ‘vulnerable to extinction’ in the UK after years of tragic declines in their numbers, but how did we get to this point? What exactly happened to our hedgehogs…
They’re snuffly, cute and loveable, they’re a little bit weird and completely wonderful; but when was the last time you saw a hedgehog?
Hedgehogs are a rarer and rarer sight in our gardens, but our volunteer, David Merry, is lucky enough to have a whole family visiting his wildlife garden! Read all about their antics.
Have you ever wondered what hedgehogs get up to when night falls? Our volunteer, David Merry, has written a lovely poem about a fun-filled hoggy celebration.
On July 31st at 11pm, only weeks after our dog died, I first sighted the hedgehog in the rockery and took a close-up photograph with my mobile.
My wild act for day 23 started unexpectedly early. Bang on midnight to be exact.