Threatened hedgehogs find churchyard home


A new survey, run by the British Hedgehog Preservation Society (BHPS) believes that our 10,000 churchyards could be natural homes for hedgehogs who are emerging from hibernation at this time of year. In the 1950s its estimated that there were 36 million hedgehogs in the country. Today the figure is less than a million with numbers declining by three to five percent each year.

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