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Hedgehog in hedgehog house in the day

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    Hi everyone

    But if advice please I have 2 hedgehog houses and they were both used last year one of them can be used to have hoglets, so after hibination I cleaned them both and put fresh bedding in the one that can be used for hoglets.

    Have looked each and nothing in there. They do go to have a look however today I noticed that the bedding has been moved and on closer inspection I believe there is a hedgehog in there ( I know may /June is breeding season -do you think it could be this or just a hedgehog that is using the house in the day to sleep
    Any advice would be grateful

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    Nic

    Hi Chezzy

    It’s very difficult to say, but hogs aren’t known for necessarily doing what we want them to do. i.e. they are just as likely to use a completely different place to the one we might have thought was ideal.

    It may or may not be a female in there. But I would leave the hog in peace and not keep looking in case it is. Whether a female gives birth in your garden or not, you still might have hoglets visiting. But fingers crossed it is a female about to give birth in your hog box.

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    Thank you Nic I am leaving it alone just in case it is a female ready to give birth

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