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A hogtie victory in my garden

Home Forums Hedgehog signs and sightings A hogtie victory in my garden

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    I have just moved into my flat four months ago and to my utter delight have discovered a whole family of hedgehogs a mother and at least four hoglets. I have spent the last few evenings sitting in the middle of the lawn waiting patiently for them to emerge and sure enough by 9:30 in the evening I can hear them stirring in the undergrowth. Suddenly within minutes of each other they all appear on the grass and take off in different directions leaving mum behind.. I have set up a feeding station and I’m investing in some hibernation boxes in the hope that they may stay around I am beyond chuffed.

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    Hi Loracenna

    That’s great news that you have a family of hedgehogs visiting there. Well done for helping them out with food and accommodation. Hopefully you are also leaving regular water out for them. It’s best to leave some out all day every day – never know when a thirsty hog is going to happen along! If you have a family there, no doubt there will be other hogs around, too.

    Good luck and happy hog watching.

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