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Were is my hedgehog

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    Hi can anyone give me can answer to were is the hedgehogs that I have had coming nearly every night through the winter,and all of a sudden for the last 3 nights nothing? I have a wildlife camera set up in my garden,and usually I have about 13 videos of 2 at least eating in my feeding station?
    Thanks.

    #21956

    not an answer, but mine have as well.
    nightly visits clearing most of the food left, have had the odd night, but been 2 nights now. and also have a camera, think we did have 3 visiting but not for past 2 nights.

    #21957

    Thanks for your reply we will just keep the bowls going with there hedgehog biscuits .

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    Nic

    Hi Spikey999 and gary101a

    It may be that the hogs are visiting other parts of their ranges. The males have larger ranges than the females and the males are usually the first to return after hibernation. They may have come to you first, because you were providing food, but now they have fed up a bit, are exploring other parts of their ranges. Also other people may have begun to provide food. It’s also possible that some females are around now, so they may be using more time on courtship activities.

    So fingers crossed they or some other hogs will turn up again soon.

    Good luck.

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