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: August 2018


Despite the close encounter, the fox quickly gave up and this particular hog stayed feeding for quite a while.  Generally, hogs come and go around 6 times during the night.  Now arriving earlier with the nights lengthening. Always a bit Read more…


We now have some additional hedgehog homes for our intended juvenile residents. These homes have been funded by Paul Williams, but we expect to be able recover the costs. As a result we can distribute the Royal homes to locations Read more…


This young hedgehog has been visiting a garden in High Haden Road and competing with the local feline population for his dinner. Click image to see larger picture.


I have been advised by Shrepreth Wildlife Conservation Charity that, if we find baby hogs in our gardens, the best way to feed them is with Tesco Complete Dry Food for Kittens mashed up in Kitten Milk.  If the baby Read more…


Just an update on the situation regarding 2 baby hedgehogs in a High Haden Road garden.  One seemed OK but the other was out and about in the afternoon not looking wonderful.  Took my hog house and kitten food along Read more…


A lot of activity during the night with 7 visits in total. This small hedgehog (could it be Wilkie?) spent ages looking around the feeding box before entering and was very wary of the larger hedghog who came along.


It looks like the Glatton Hedgehog population has grown, a youngster was spotted recently in a garden.  Could this be an offspring from Rex & Rosie?


I think this might be my original pair of Rex and Rosie, as they do not seem to tolerate wild hogs joining them in the feeding box. (See previous video ‘Not Sharing’ – 8th July 2018).

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