If it looks smaller maybe it has had some hoglets? They stay in the nest for about 4 weeks before emerging. Glad James got another look at Spike.
That’s great Lyn, happy for little James, the look on his face, he will be going to nursery telling his nan has a hedge hog in her garden. Keep up the good work.lol jackie...i was a few mins late taking the food down tonight..was walking down the garden with the dish just as spike came scurrying over and waited for me to put it down lol...talk about 5 star treatment its got to be the same hog but looked a tad smaller tonight..my daughter came round (lives next door) with little james and she said the same thing..
John, still cold and bubbly with a little kick, refreshing on a hot summers day! My preference would be an IPA or a pint of bitter.Watching a Welsh TV show Hidden, A service station, out on a country road, had a six pack of COORS LIGHT BEER made in Golden Colorado USA for sale!!!! Perfect for the hot weather not my fav though
Spike thinks he/she has a pretty good life in Lyn's garden. Best quality food complete with waiter service and dead on the dot. Eat it down, wander around for any easy dessert, and before he/she knows, it is time for kip. He/she is banking on you feeding until it get's cold enough to hibernate in the waiter-supplied bed for the winter. No wonder Spike gets fat!
wow it sure is a lucky hedgedogwell maurice i have a hog house already in place in case room service is required during the winter months its pretty well hidden but will wait until autumn when i can collect a load of fallen leaves then i will wack them all over the top and sides of the house
ive just read this
Hedgehogs thrive on animal protein and this should form the majority of their diet. You can add some fruit and vegetables like beans, peas, corn, apples and carrots.