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Home Forums Hedgehog tales Shock in the night with Hedgehog and Badger (hedgie okay) Reply To: Shock in the night with Hedgehog and Badger (hedgie okay)

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Hi Penny

Most of the ‘regular’ males have gone missing from here too. They have done the same other years, but been back the next year, so I don’t get so worried about them any more. The occasional female could still be having hoglets, so that is a possible explanation for the female missing.

Snufflewoofs. I understand that if the hedgehogs scent that badgers are around, they will avoid those areas. So putting that together with it being a funny time of year re. absences, it doesn’t necessarily mean they have all been eaten. Even though, it is very sad for you not having the hogs around.