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  • Mistletoe
    Re: Caring for Hedgehogs in the Garden
    I have a polystyrene box would this be ok if lined with leaves and to use for a hedgehog to hibernate in.
    14 November 2017
  • WildlifeGardener
    Re: Caring for Hedgehogs in the Garden
    Tony - Your Question:Don’t assume that food left out at night is eaten by your hedgehogs! It is more likely to be taken by…
    14 November 2017
  • WildlifeGardener
    Re: What to do About Foxes in Your Garden
    Elliott - Your Question:Me and my wife have just seen a fox at the bottom of our garden 5 mins ago is there a chance…
    14 November 2017
  • Tony
    Re: Caring for Hedgehogs in the Garden
    Don’t assume that food left out at night is eaten by your hedgehogs! It is more likely to be taken by cats, as my security…
    12 November 2017
  • Elliott
    Re: What to do About Foxes in Your Garden
    Me and my wife have just seen a fox at the bottom of our garden 5 mins ago is there a chance it has made a den at the…
    12 November 2017
  • CrissCross
    Re: Are they Badger Holes?
    A few years ago my wife and I were walking near Middleton in Teesdale on a wet day. When we were approaching a yew tree at the side of the…
    7 November 2017
  • Lovekatts
    Re: Caring for Hedgehogs in the Garden
    Please don’t feed bread ,milk or mealworms to hedgehogs . Just meat based cat food . Milk and bread will kill them .…
    29 October 2017
  • none
    Re: Caring for Hedgehogs in the Garden
    I have read recently that meal worms should not be fed to hedgehogs, because there is not enough goodness in the meal…
    29 October 2017
  • nonehi the
    Re: What to do About Foxes in Your Garden
    hi the 2 foxes iv had in my garden for about a year now seem realy very healthy and have the most amazing coats n…
    26 October 2017
  • Soso
    Re: Encouraging Toads in Your Garden
    We have a resident frog in our walled garden in London (so pretty urban) and I am concerned that the frog cannot escape if it…
    25 October 2017
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