Peoples Trust for Endangered Species have provided information about a useful new guide. We want to ensure it is passed on – even though it is primarily aimed at green spaces in more urban environments.
The guide is aimed at ecologists, land managers and consultants who are looking for advice on how to better manage greenspaces to support local hedgehog populations; this includes any greenspaces from parks, recreational grounds and golf clubs, to churchyards, allotments and school grounds.
This guide is available on the Hedgehog Street website at: https://www.hedgehogstreet.org/hempguide/
If you would like a hard copy of the guide, PTES have indicated that they would be happy to post a copy out to you if you let them know firstname.lastname@example.org.
They are also running a one day course – Hedgehog Ecology and Management course for Practitioners, information available at : https://ptes.org/get-involved/events/hedgehog-ecology-and-management-for-practitioners-training-course/