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2 Hedgehogs tonight

Home Forums Hedgehog signs and sightings 2 Hedgehogs tonight

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    Hello, Our residential hog was in her house feeding about 9.30pm tonight & another small one was at the doorway. I put some biscuits out for Hoggie 2& a bowl of biscuit’s which it ate, it put the plate out, so I refilled it only a handful for both of them. I will see what happens overnight.

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    Hi Wren23

    Great to hear there are two hogs there. I would be inclined to set up different areas for them to eat. Hopefully you are providing water as well.

    Good luck and happy hog watching.


    I normally have 3 hedgehogs feeding in my garden, tonight I saw 2 face to face not near food making noises to each other why?

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    Hi Hedgie76

    It depends what sort of noise they were making. If it was a huffing noise and one was circling round the other with the one in the centre of the circle turning so that it was continually facing the other, they would be a male and a female.


    Hello, Had both of them in their house tonight, after the residential one giving him no room with the food, she eventually let him come back as it was raining& I put some biscuits & chicken out for them. They have gone out now. It would be nice if they paired up.


    Thanks for the advice Nic, yes we put out water for them.

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