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: Paul Cole


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 🙂


We have a full compliment of new Mums / Dads for our new arrivals in September. Keep you eyes on the blog to see their arrival. We are hoping to have a further release of hedgehogs to Glatton in September. Read more…


This little chap was spotted out self-anointing, you will see him foam at the mouth and starts licking the foam onto his spines. Self-anointing is still a hedgehog mystery, since hedgehogs tend to do this when they encounter new smells, Read more…


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.


Amongst several cats, a thrush, a mouse and a few pictures of a single hedgehog, a new pair of hedgehogs have been seen together (last two images). Fingers crossed that they like each other and want to extend the Glatton Read more…


We appear to have a significant number of hedgehog sightings around the village (at least thirteen so far, although there may be some double counting), which is great news. Please can you keep you eyes peeled to see if we Read more…


Captured these three critters on camera, thankfully none of them (one in particular) are not near to any of our hedgehog release sites.


This chap seems happy to pose for the camera, spotted in a garden near Church Road.


A single hedgehog spotted wandering around in Sawtry Road.

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