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Advice On Wild Hedgehogs Hibernating That Are Disturbed In Garden - Hornbeam Wood Hedgehog Sanctuary

It's early Spring time. We receive lots of phone calls about hedgehogs being found under sheds or decking when people are working in their garden. What should you do?

NOTE: This video relates to early spring time hedgehogs WITHOUT baby hoglets! Never disturb baby hoglets and their mother as the mother will likely run off and not return to her babies.

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