Hedgehogs

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Several Parish residents have re-homed rescued hedgehogs with support from ELM Wildlife The Biodiversity Group supports this growing network of parishioners interested in promoting hedgehog conservation. 

** More ELM rescue hogs will need homes in the spring**

Latest News

Ann saw a hedgehog in her garden, in December, during the daytime looking wobbly and panting. She rang ELM Wildlife who told her to bring the hog straight in. The hedgehog was very thin and very sick with both lung and round worm. Two months later the female hog, they named Poppy, has returned fit and well thanks to the great team at ELM. Poppy has settled in well to her hedgehog house and found a friend. (see video below)

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Information

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For Information about how to help hedgehogs go to www.hedgehogstreet.org run by The British Hedgehog Preservation Society and Peoples Trust for Endangered Species

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Local Rescue Centres

ELM Wildlife Hedgehog Rescue & Rehab

Unit 5

Hayter Hames, Seale Hayne

Newton Abbot

Devon TQ12 6NQ

07971276658

ELM Facebook

Pickles in a Pickle

Dartmouth

07891657104

www.pricklesinapickle.co.uk

South Devon Hedgehog Hospital

Newton Abbot

0771676818

www.hedgehogsanctuary.co.uk

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