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A.A.Milne Jul 15
“It was a beautiful field. At the near end was a cluster of hazels, and on a summer's evening we could often hear hedgehogs rustling and snuggling among them. And on hot days the cows would come and stand beneath their shade." ~C.R.Milne
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Wildlife Orphanage 4h
. So many little hedgehogs struggling right now. Just left mum, the ground is baked hard & their little claws just can’t dig & find food. So they go downhill. RAPIDLY. Please, if you see a hedgehog out in daytime, ring a Rescue for advice. Time really is of the essence
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Ruth Hayes says don't be an eejit, wear a mask 😷 Aug 5
This is so important, all you nature-loving gardeners out there 🦔💚
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Wildlife Orphanage Aug 2
. This beautiful little girl is Emily & was actually found here in the garden & picked up by moi! I saw Emily running across the lawn in daylight & very hot sunshine. I quickly picked her up, foolishly without gloves😳. Not good practice! Such a tiny girl & very hungry!
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Wildlife Orphanage Aug 5
. A quick update on 116g baby Helen. She’s doing absolutely great now. Is gaining weight & very lively. Unfortunately I’m rather incapacitated at the moment. My thumb had a fight with a sharp kitchen knife & the knife won so I apologise for the strange video angles 🙄
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littlesilverhedgehog Aug 3
British are now officially classed as 'vulnerable to extinction'. Read about how you can help prevent further decline.
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Wildlife Orphanage 3h
. This is little Helen who came in as a tiny hoglet barely tipping the scales at 100g. She was found in our hedgehog friendly village & sent here immediately. That’s the difference a few days makes! Helen is now 300g & going into a garden enclosure until her release❤️
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Wildlife Orphanage Aug 5
. A little clip I forgot to post of two of the Carry On Crew being health checked and observed before going on to their release site to be released at dusk. They will also be supported with food and water. Two big healthy males, Sid and James, born here at the Rescue.
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Sarah A Jul 31
Loss of hedgerow habitat has been devastating to many species - including our . Bramble offers great coverage, in addition to foods for various creatures - including people. What kid doesn't love foraging for blackberries?
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Colin Binstead Jul 7
If you're putting out food for hedgehogs, remember to put water out as well. They might ignore it for weeks (ours did!), but one night they might want it.
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Poppy's Crêche Hedgehog Rescue & Rehabiltation Aug 5
says that like to nest in piles of leaves or twigs and even under sheds and decking so please be careful when in case you disturb a
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Mrs Prickles 🦔 Jul 27
Please put a ground level shallow bowl of water in your garden for visiting and other . Water sources are not always that easy to find, and it could save a precious life 💕🦔
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Phil... Jul 4
Youngest daughter just ran upstairs shouting "Dad! Dad! I've got a hedgehog's butt!" 1.48am goings on...😂
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Hazlehurst Ceramics Jul 12
Get my lovely hedgehog from my Etsy shop. It’s painted in my Grafique design priced at £11.99 with free U.K. shipping. Link
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tis me. Nic Jul 29
Yay! Ickle hedgehog is back! 😍😍🦔 (that's pooch you can hear on the kitchen floor! 🙈)
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Ade Taylor Jul 14
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♻️Hedge Buddies - Wild Bird Food♻️🐦🦔🐿️ Jul 18
New this week is my Trial Box! 13 products and 1 food packet. Approx 4.9kg of food for you to test with your Garden Visitors. NB. Do not feed to it will cause a slow painful death for them.
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Kim Hardy Jul 4
There are 3 feeding stations in the garden but the like this one the best 🦔🦔🦔
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Furzey & Thor⚡ Jul 31
Finally got the pic I've been waiting for 📸👍
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Ian Willoughby Jul 7
Rescue month. One of the estate team found a hedgehog in the potting shed, quick health check and released with water. A bat trying to take its electrician exams in the fuse box of a house. It decided that it much preferred the bat box!
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