Hedgehogs were once a common sight in British gardens, but figures suggest that their population is declining at a rapid rate – so much so in fact, that hedgehog numbers declined by over a third between 2003 and 2012.There are many contributing factors to this decline, including habitat loss, new roads, increased road traffic, and gardens being built with impenetrable walls and fences. However, there are things you can do to help
Find out how to make your very own Hedgehog cafe! It's time to invite some friends round for a meal, but make sure you're the host with the most... Hedgehogs are one of our cutest garden visitors and you can support the hungry hogs in your garden by helping them build the energy they need when raising hoglets, and their fat reserves for their long winter hibernation.
Hedgehog house. DIY tips for building a hedgehog house for wild hedgehogs in your garden. This simple one is made from a framework of bricks under a log store. It is topped with twigs and branches. Line the house with hay to give the hedgehog a helping hand with their new home.