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The Hedgehog Calendar 2017
The Hedgehog Calendar 2017 £9.00 (+£1.50 p&p)

The Hedgehog Calendar 2017

Help A Hedgehog And Give Someone A Smile This Christmas
By buying this calendar you are supporting this gorgeous and important little Indicator Species. You’ll be helping hundreds of hoggles survive the winter, contributing to a very precious wildlife resource run by The Wiltshire Wildlife Hospital and giving people you love the perfect stocking filler this Christmas. Click to view more images or buy!

This 325g hedgehog came in from Pewsey. It makes you wonder where has this poor little hedgehog been as we've had some seriously cold weather! ...

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This Tawny Owl came in from Marlborough area. It's most definitely had a collision with a car, it's right eye is partially closed. It will see our avian specialists at Anton vets. ...

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Two of our hedgehogs showing signs of attempting hibernation. ...

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And another badger came in this week, found at roadside in daylight so a definite RTC. Again this one needs monitoring. ...

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Another RTC (road traffic collision) badger came in to us at the weekend. She is in and out of concussion, so we will wait and if she eventually comes out of it. ...

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This is Berry, a fox who we collected from a garden locally. She was clearly a hand reared fox, apart from being 'fat' (wild foxes are never fat) she was very steady and not bothered by humans. After looking for sanctuary for her, we found one. She left us on Thursday for her new home. ...

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Dora is coming on leaps and bounds at RSPCA West Hatch.

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Many of you may have seen Dora in the journal, many of you may not...She was very feisty, which was a good sign! Dora was found on a doorstep in a housing estate half a mile from the river Avon in Salisbury. We estimated 12-14 weeks. Back at the hospital she ate half a fresh trout scraped off of the skin. She continued to do well and was taken to RSPCA West Hatch to be with another single otter cub. Their rehabilitation facilities for otters and seals are second to none.

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This juvenile feral pigeon came in from a vets in Chippenham. It has a yellow tag on its leg so it is likely to be someone's lost bird although the tag does not identify who it belongs to. We do receive a lot of stray and injured racing pigeons. ...

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This juvenile swan came in from West Wiltshire, another dog attack victim. Our vets will need to check the puncture wounds on her left leg and chest. ...

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We received a badger from a vets in Dorset. It's a suspected road casuality. It seems to be suffering with neurological problems. We monitored for signs of improvement, but sadly she deteriorated and had to be euthanized. ...

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Thank You Animal Friends Pet Insurance!

Wiltshire Wildlife Hospital would like to thank Animal Friends Pet Insurance and the employee of the quarter (Gavin) for nominating us for there extremely generous donation of £3,000. This very generous donation will go towards the funding for the animal food supplies, which is one of our major ongoing expenses. Thank you Animal Friends for your support.

WE NEED YOUR HELP

Have you found a sick, injured or orphaned animal and wondered where to find help and advice?
The Wiltshire Wildlife Hospital provides a 24-hour rescue and advice service for Wiltshire’s wildlife. Our team of dedicated volunteers rescues, treats, cares for and rehabilitates mammals, birds and reptiles in preparation for their release back to the wild in and around the Wiltshire area.

All animals admitted are given the same care and attention, regardless of species.

Emergency contact number: 07850 778 752

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The Wiltshire Wildlife Hospital is treating an increasing number of animals and relies solely on memberships and donations. Every patient needs suitable accommodation, a specific diet, warmth, a quiet environment, regular care and monitoring. They may also need veterinary treatment and medication. Help them by becoming a supporter or donating towards this much-needed cause.