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The invisible hedgehog

The baby hedgehog that was covered in ticks came back to our garden last week. It has been away since the beginning of July, and has now doubled in weight. 145 more words

Cat Blog

A Spork is a Spork, Of Course, Of Course and Nobody Eats With a Spork Of Course

…Unless, of course you’re at Taco Bell and that’s the only silverware they have and half the meat has fallen out of your Cheesey Gordita Crunch and you really want to eat it because you’ve been dying for some Taco Bell all day but then you use the spork and realize it’s a piece of shit that doesn’t do as good a job as either of its parental forms. 641 more words

Rants

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Art

Hedgehogs - when did you last see one?

Around Madog Barn in Crai we have recently been very fortunate to see a large hedgehog snuffling along the lane, enjoying slugs and beetles. We hadn’t seen one for several years, a fact echoed by several people we have spoken to from different areas. 168 more words

INTERNATIONAL DISTRIBUTION HELPS CONSERVATION ACROSS THE GLOBE

Wildlife World has expanded its international distribution to supply innovative conservation products to 21 different countries globally. The Cotswolds based company serves the entire UK and Ireland to as far afield as the USA, Canada, Dubai and New Zealand. 372 more words

Wildlife Conservation

Hoiday to Devon 1 - Prickly Ball Farm

Recently I went on holiday to Devon, we stayed at Prickly Ball Farm, a campsite and hedgehog rescue centre. They also have various other animals such as rescue ponies and donkeys and activities going on throughout the day. 117 more words

Photography