Worried about a Hedgehog?

If you are ever worried about the health or welfare of a hedgehog, please call the British Hedgehog Preservation Society on 01584 890801 and they will be able to give you advice, and put you in touch with a local rescue centre if necessary.

Month: April 2018


Am I the only one out in my big coat to watch hogs bumbling around in their pen? Had some food, pleased to see the food box being used.


These footprints look a lot like a weasel and are about the right size. Anyone want to confirm the identity of them?


OK folks, how about creating a hedgehog highway through Glatton to help our new residents to move around more freely? Hedgehogs can travel up to two miles in a single night in their quest to find food and friends. Modern Read more…


The Allen Hedgehogs seem happy in their new surroundings and very friendly too.  


Two fit and healthy hedgehogs are now in residence: A female who was rescued as a juvenile weighing 260g with her sibling and found out during the day A male who was rescued as a juvenile suffering with ringworm, found Read more…


Two fit and healthy hedgehogs are now in residence: A male who was rescued as a juvenile found out during the day and weighing 200g, suffering with fly strike. A male who was rescued as a juvenile and was found Read more…


Two fit and healthy hedgehogs are now in residence: A female who was rescued as a juvenile weighing 250g and found out during the day A male who was rescued as a juvenile suffering with lungworm and weighing  340g.


Two fit and healthy hedgehogs are now in residence: A female who was rescued as a juvenile weight 240g and found out during the day A male (Rex) who was rescued as a juvenile and was found out during the Read more…


Two fit and healthy hedgehogs are now in residence: A female who was rescued as a juvenile weighing 350g and suffering with ringworm when rescued A male who was rescued as a juvenile and found out at night but was Read more…


These are the first footprints in our footprint trap, not sure who they belong to though. I think the ones above are probably a mouse. This one looks more like a bird footprint to me!

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