Having successfully released 83 hedgehogs back into the wild earlier this year, Shepreth Hedgehog Hospital has been struggling to meet the £1,500 monthly running costs, so trustees of the Shepreth Wildlife Conservation Charity have taken matters into their own hands and have launched a brand new annual fundraising event – ‘Hedgehog Day’ – to be held at Shepreth Wildlife Park this Bank Holiday Monday (26th August)
On 21st January, ten brave conservationists from collections across the country will be risking their lives by climbing the treacherous Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania. The group is hoping to raise the profile of the European Association of Zoos and Aquaria’s Pole to Pole campaign. The EAZA initiative is hoping to Read more…
With 73 hedgehogs getting ready for release next month at Shepreth Wildlife Park, one little hedgehog is desperately looking for love.
‘Valentine’ aptly named by Hospital Manager, Natasha Ennew, was brought to the Shepreth Hedgehog Hospital after he was found disorientated during the day in someone’s garden. On arrival the hedgehog was not only diagnosed with ringworm and mites, but he was also riddled with internal parasites too.