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First Sighting in Chester

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    We love hedgehogs!
    We always know when visitors arrive on the patio; as the light comes on. Last night it was the first hedgehog of the year! We quickly put some food out for him and this morning it was gone.
    Reading the top tips for wildlife gardens, we both said ‘we do that’ to each one.
    We have 3 hog-houses on our wild border and are about to replace one of them, which has been damaged by some invader trying to get in. We have to wait and see if anyone is in there, but it will be swapped out soon.
    Last summer we had at least 3 hedgehogs, including some hoglets.
    Usually we see them every evening…so we’ll be looking for them this evening too.

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    Nic

    Hi The Cave

    Good news that you had already done the top tips – although there’s always something else we can do to attract wildlife to the garden, I find.

    Great that you have a hog back already. It’s so lovely when they all start returning! Fingers crossed for an even better year for the hogs this year.

    Happy hog watching!

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