Hole in the wall
No garden or green space can help hedgehogs in isolation, but when they are linked together hedgehogs can thrive. One goal – one hole – simple as that.
Hedgehogs travel 1 mile (ca.10 back gardens) every night. This means they need enough place to roam around. All we have to do is remove the barriers by making holes in our garden fence or wall for them to pass through. The gap should be only 5 inches square or 13x13cm, so it will be too small for most pets but big enough for hedgehogs.
What you can do
- DIY Hole. You can easily cut your own hole.
Here is an informative video on how to make a proper hedgehog hole by Wildlife Watch
- BUY one
If you are not the DIY type of personality, then you might go for Jackson’s hog-friendly fence gravel board.