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I don’t think there is such a law for wild animals, but the school have been talking to pupils, and maybe parents.

Found out today that these shafts aren’t new and several hogs have been picked up live last year.

When i told the landlord yesterday morning about the dead hog, I told them just the area and not the adress because they need to look in all of them also for live hogs. I hoped that the idea of smell and flies near an air intake might motivate them to look in al of the shafts. The dead hog was still there today and it is very warm. I will remind them next office day.

On a happier note a neighbour have seen one mating including a male I marked last year. also we saw one crossing the road yesterday after sunset, but still in very light conditions. Still waiting for the masses to come.

Here is the first I saw the 19 of may:
First hedgehog 2018 - comes when called

I made a sound to make it come forward.