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Blocking the entrance of the nest??

Home Forums Carers / rescuing a hedgehog Blocking the entrance of the nest??

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    We have a hedgehog or hedgehogs that is/are having a nest in the corner of the garden in our house in Eastbourne. We had a house in London and was using this Eastbourne one as a second house. We had been renovating this house in Eastbourne and we moved in from London when the house was done last week. We were worried if our hedgehog/hedgehogs were running away because of big noises builders made but luckily, we made sure that it/they are still going around our garden to look for food back in May by a night camera.

    After that, our gardener trimmed our trees and piled loads of cut branches around the entrance of the nest. Then, builders who were tiling a part of our garden scattered pieces of concrete like things (big pieces and small pieces not a lot) over those branches. We’ve put the night camera every night since we moved in for 6 nights around the nest but no hedgehog on recording.

    Do you think the pile of branches and scattered concrete pieces blocked the nest and our hedgehog/hedgehogs were trapped and died??

    Please forgive my naiveness if I sound stupid.

    Thanks, Okosho

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