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Home Forums Champions’ chat When should hedgehogs be out of hibernation Reply To: When should hedgehogs be out of hibernation


Hi Nic,
Glad to hear he/she is doing OK. Just such a shame that people feel the need to use strimmers. Keeping everything crossed the recovery continues well.
Our little girl does not want to move. The new house has turned out very well. She has sniffed around it (we put some food into it ) but hasn’t gone in. Another hedgehog has.
So we now have no plan and will let nature take it’s course. If she doesn’t move out soon we could run the risk of disturbing young ones.
We are still putting out food but she does look to be foraging naturally again and does go off for a couple of hours during the night.
We can only do so much.