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Releasing Hedgehogs

Some more releases yesterday evening, Stanley and Rita were released back to the wild.

Also, Mum Nessa and her litter of FIVE (yes, five) female hoglets were released. Below are some pictures of them exploring their new surroundings.

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  1. We live in Talbot woods Bournemouth and have a large garden with access to the surrounding gardens which we think would make a suitable environment for the safe release of hedgehogs.
    And therefore would like to be considered if there are any hedgehogs that need to be rehoused.

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