Hedgehogs in Britain have officially been put on the conservation Red List as ‘vulnerable to extinction’. They’re just one reason why it’s vital we record and monitor wildlife, ensuring we spot changes while there’s time to act. We can’t afford Read more…
Author: Paul Cole
This pair of amorous hogs look like they are going to be adding to the Glatton population.
Today saw the arrival of five more new residents to Glatton, all are youngsters from earlier this year. Keep your eyes peeled for updates as they settle in.
This chap seems to be doing well and has certainly been eating well as it looks like a tight fit getting through the hedgehog highway hole 🙂
This little hedgehog is regularly appearing at around 20:00 – 20:15 every evening for his meal, as well as snacking through the night. There is also a mouse that pops along about 15 minutes later almost every night.
Captured these three critters on camera, thankfully none of them (one in particular) are not near to any of our hedgehog release sites.