Hamworthy Hedgehog Rescue

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and another

No sooner finished one hog with fly strike, and another comes in.

This one was brought to us from Blandford, having been found trapped in plastic. The finder cut the hog free and brought it straight to us.

This poor hogs ears were packed solid with flies eggs, and it has a garrote type wound about its neck that was also covered in eggs.

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Groundworks

The guys from Castlemain Groundworks were here working on the foundations to our new hedgehog ward today, arriving at 07.30

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Hedgehog Rehabilitation – The Obligations

Wildlife rehabbers have both legal and moral obligations. The Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981 is the primary legislation which protects animals, plants and habitats in England and Wales, and applies equally to wild animals kept in captivity, or living in the wild, and by default, those in the care of wildlife rehabilitators.

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