Operation Hedgehog Needs YOU

Feb 15, 2017 | News

Hedgehogs are in trouble.  Numbers in the UK have fallen from 36 million in the 1950s to less than a million today.  It is feared that hedgehogs could become extinct in less than a decade.

Operation Hedgehog, launched in 2016, is a collaboration between the Cornwall Biodiversity Initiative* (CBI) and the Cornwall & Isles of Scilly Local Nature Partnership (CIoS LNP).

Here are their 9  hedgehog-friendly and easy to do ‘top-tips’ to help save our prickly friends.

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