My previous station was virtually the same but made of a solid colour plastic so I could not see inside so decided to find a clear box instead.
Although I have not seen any hedgehogs for well over a month the weather is such that I have been leaving food and water out just in case.
So come the spring I hope to see it in full use and not feed the local cats!
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Nice one MP hope your Hog enjoys it.
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Nice one Rachel, and so simple. Will the hedgies worry that it's transparent, or is that a dumb question because it's always dark when they use it?
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It's a dumb question ha ha ha don't think their eyesight is that good, sorry Linda, i couldn't resist ha ha.:0))) Just joking ha ha.
Hope you get lots of Hog visitors M :0)
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I think it's a great design idea. It could even catch on!
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Great idea for a hedgehog feeding post MP! Wish I had hedgehogs here, but there are too many predators and I haven't seen one for more than twenty years! So sad. I wish you luck, hope they turn up soon.
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what a great idea, but put pea nuts in to deter thieving cats!
I never see hedgehogs in my wild life garden, but i do see their poo!
I will try the box feeder. :)
Hi patty certainly give the box a try i have two of them with one tray of peanuts and one tray of kitten biscuits,mealworms and hog food in each box..i get at least three hogs most nights.
To stop cats reaching in the box put something like a house brick in front of the hole.
very good. We get one occasionally in our garden. I can tell because Molly (our border Terrier) stands guard over it thus giving away its position. usually arrives in the night, and molly will not come in!!
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