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So pleased – at least 4 hogs visiting

Home Forums Hedgehog signs and sightings So pleased – at least 4 hogs visiting

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    We know we had a hog in one of the two hog houses over winter and saw him/her for the first time in April and seems a regular at the feed station every night. However, one night last week we had 4 in the garden at the same time. One arrived and went in the feeding station, a smaller one arrived and stood near feed station until the other one came out and pushed him/her out of the way. The smaller one just curled into a ball. While curled up I put a small dish of dried cat food out next to it which was very welcome. While those two were here, two more arrived. I couldn’t believe it, it was such a lovely surprise.
    Just need a camera now so I can watch their antics without disturbing them. Anyone got any camera recommendations please?

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    Hi Tiffany

    That’s great news about the 4 hogs! Fingers crossed one or other of them has some hoglets this year!

    There are various topics about cameras on the Forum. Your best bet is to check those out or even add to one of them if necessary. (most have titles which are fairly easy to find and there are some quite recent.) There are so many different makes and models, it can get a bit complicated. But it is fun to have a camera to see what the hogs get up to when we aren’t around.

    Good luck and happy hog watching.

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