Would it surprise you to know that there are probably less than a million Hedgehogs left in England? You might read that and think ‘Well, a million’s a lot!’ But that number has fallen from around about 30 million in the 1950s and the speed of this population decline keeps increasing. 606 more words
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As I mentioned recently, for christmas my beloved bought me a wildlife camera, with the hope that I’d get some good shots of some interesting wildlife and i’m glad to say, it has been, an unqualified success.On a limited budget we’ve managed to entice wildlife into the garden and with the aid of a donated bird table and a couple of feeders made it a tasty stop off point for all sorts of interesting wildlife. 671 more words
Last night, I went out into the dark garden and stood listening for hedgehogs.
It’s only three days since Spiky Norman returned with his new lady-friend Tigs and I hadn’t seen them – only the evidence of their messy dining at the hedgehog canteen. 729 more words