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    Hi All ,

    Is it too late to put one out now or is it still worth getting one ?
    I’m in Norfolk near the coast ,
    Many thanks and Merry Christmas ,
    Regards ,
    John ,

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    Hi John

    I think it is still worth getting a hog house. Hedgehogs are known sometimes to move nests during hibernation so there is that possibility, but also there are some hedgehogs who decide not to hibernate at all – probably mostly youngsters. The house may or may not be used, but that is always the case. Sometimes a hog house needs to become part of the landscape for some hogs to use them, and other times a hog will move in almost immediately. If no-one moves in during the winter, at least there would be a nice house waiting for a tenant in the Spring when the hogs return from hibernation.

    Good luck and Merry Christmas to you too.

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