Adopt a hedgehog

Hedgehog (Image: Richard Bowler)

Adopt one of the UK's most beloved garden species and help support our work to try and discover more about the reasons behind their decline.

Devon Wildlife Trust

Price: £20 
What you'll receive: A welcome letter, a fluffy toy, a factsheet about the species and an adoption certificate. If the adoption is for a child they will receive an adoption certificate, plus a fun activity book and colouring pencil set, in addition to the above.
Additional: Hedgehogs are one of our most familiar and loved British mammals, but their numbers appear to have declined in recent years. By adopting a hedgehog today, you will be supporting our work to try and discover more about the reasons behind this decline.
Contact info: Call 01392 279244

Kent Wildlife Trust

Price: £12
What you'll receive: The choice out of three beautiful gift cards.
Additional: The hedgehog is a gardener’s best friend, eating slugs and insects. Sadly the numbers of this prickly character are declining mainly due to habitat loss.

Shropshire Wildlife Trust

Price: £20 or £25 with cuddly toy.
What you'll receive: Hedgehog adoption pack with cuddly toy hedgehog.
Additional: Each year, Shropshire Wildlife Trust take a number of underweight, orphaned hedgehogs to feed up to a healthy weight to survive the winter. The cost of caring for hedgehogs soon adds up, so your donation in adopting a hedgehog will help to not only go towards the management of hedgehog habitat, but to directly benefit young hedgehogs in desperate need of care.

Warwickshire Wildlife Trust

Price: £25
What you'll receive: The packs contain a certificate of adoption, the story of your adopted hedgehog that comes in 3 parts over the year, a poster, a cuddly hedgehog (children’s packs only), a pin badge and more.
Additional: Adopt a Hedgehog to support Warwickshire WT’s Help For Hedgehogs Campaign. The campaign has seen the creation of the first dedicated hedgehog conservation area in the country, as well as working with hundreds of school children and members of the public to raise awareness of hedgehog decline.