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.

Author: Carole Green


For the first time since May I did not have a visit to the feeding box by the hedgehogs last night.  I will continue to put out food and water just in case they have not properly hibernated.  Really miss Read more…


All the hogs spend a deal of time having a good scratch. This one is Rosie.


Think I will have to apply for planning permission for a larger restaurant. The adult hog is Rosie, and the smaller baby is her offspring. They all seem to get along well and meet up every night a number of Read more…


Hogs are now eating 2 large bowls of Tesco Kitten food a night!  The two baby hogs regularly share the feeding box. The adult hog is ‘Rosie’ – mother of one of the babies.


This is the first time I have seen Rosie with  babies.  Rosie is identified by the light strip on her right rump and was one of my original pair, Rex being her partner.  I am not sure if both babies Read more…


There was an adult hog in the feeding box when the baby hog came along. The baby spent some time in the garden feeding but showed no interest in the kitten milk. I think I now have 3 adult hogs Read more…


This is the first time I have seen a baby hedgehog in my garden. In the 3rd video the baby is in the picture but almost impossible to see.  It is on the left half way down the screen. Sorry Read more…


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…


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…

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