the what is a hedgehog friendly campus video transcript

Hedgehog friendly campus is a new project it aims to turn your university campus into a place where hedgehogs can thrive. Did you know that Hedgehog numbers in the UK have declined by up to half since the year 2000, it's now estimated that there are fewer than one million left because of things like road litter and a lack of food water of natural habitat.

The world can be a dangerous place for hedgehogs so while universities well they actually take up quite a lot of land our mission with your health is to make sure this space is suitable and safe for hedgehogs.

What does a hedgehog friendly campus look like? Staff and students pull together to ensure that the campus is litter free with joined-up habitat plenty of opportunity to eat and drink and Hedgehog houses to keep them safe and dry, these are just some of the things we can all do to help get her jobs back up to healthy numbers, it's free to take part and if helping hedgehogs isn't enough your university could also get
Hedgehog friendly campus accreditation.

If you're a staff member or student and want to make your campus Hedgehog friendly contact us today to get the ball rolling. 

The what is a hedgehog friendly campus video

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