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Britain’s hedgehogs are disappearing at an alarming rate. This book provides clear descriptions of what to do if you find a sick hedgehog and how to create a hedgehog-friendly garden.The hedgehog is Britain’s most iconic animal and used to be a familiar visitor to our gardens. Unless we act now it will soon disappear and will exist only in our memories. Stories from York Hedgehog Rescue Centre help to create an understanding of why hedgehogs are under threat and how we can help them.

Dr Toni Bunnell, a wildlife biologist, has cared for hedgehogs for 24 years and shares her wealth and experience in this easily accessible book.

‘The Disappearing Hedgehog book contains information, plus several case histories which provide invaluable references for anyone who may need to help a sick or injured hedgehog if transporting it to a vet has to be delayed. I highly recommend it.’ Geraldine Williams, Vet Nurse.

‘Brilliant. If you are seriously interested in saving these amazing, interesting little Guys this book is a must. It tells you everything you want to know. It’s lovely.’ Gloria Muir

‘Hedgehogs are fast disappearing from our countryside. Those that survive face a whole host of dangers. This excellent, clearly written and authoritative book gives precise and detailed information of how to make our gardens more hedgehog friendly, and how to help and look after hedgehogs that are poorly or who have had bad encounters with dogs, foxes, or garden machinery. Very well presented and illustrated I would thoroughly recommend this book to anyone with an interest in hedgehogs – and buy one for a friend who should be interested but perhaps is not!’  Westfield

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