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My Baby Hedgehog has had at least three Hoglets.

Home Forums Hedgehog signs and sightings My Baby Hedgehog has had at least three Hoglets.

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    When I say my baby hedgehog. It was born last year, and the mother left two hoglets. I had never dealt with hedgehogs before, so I did a lot reading, and went from there. Anyway, I fed the hedgehog everyday, and it was very friendly, even coming up to me. It let me pick it up, so I would do a check to make sure It was OK. November came and it disappeared, So I knew it had gone into hibernation. In March I started putting semi soft food down. At the end of March 2023, I noticed on the CCTV, the food had been touched, so I did a search, and there was two hedgehogs. It was only in the next couple of days, I found out where the hedgehog was living. It was living where it was born. And now its got three Hoglets or more of its own. So that’s 6 Hoglets or more born in my garden in the last 12 months.

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    Hi Knighthawk3344

    It’s good to hear about the new hoglets. You are very privileged to have them born in your garden – especially 2 years running! I hope they and Mother hog continue to do well.

    Good luck and happy hog watching!

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