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Spread the word about hedgehogs this bonfire night

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    Nic

    Just in case anyone hasn’t read ‘News’ recently:

    Check out this Hedgehog Street leaflet which you can pass around in the run up to bonfire night.

    Spread the word about hedgehogs this bonfire night

    #19188

    Thank you for the link to this flyer Nic. Our local rugby club is having a ‘mega bonfire’ on Saturday 2nd – I have already contacted them about checking for hedgehogs which they say they do every year. However just to make sure I will also pass them this info. I am so worried though as being only half a mile away my hedgehogs could easily get caught up.
    I have also asked the local newspaper to print some hedgehog/bonfire awareness information. No response yet but will try and chase them this week.

    Finally, as my hedgehog highway backs onto a local cycle/footpath, I may laminate and put one of these posters on my back fence. That way all the locals can have a read when walking the dog!

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    Nic

    Hi Sam1404

    That all sounds brilliant. I was really impressed with this new flyer. Contains all the information in one place. But, yes, it’s a really worrying time. I always hope the hogs have either hibernated well before, or that they leave it until after bonfire night. Otherwise there’s no way of knowing until next Spring, that they are o.k. I sometimes wonder what they make of all the bangs from the fireworks as well.

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