The mysterious life of urban hedgehogs

As part of Stirling Science Festival

The Hedgehog friendly campus team members give information of their work on the University of Stirling campus and how it helps hedgehogs have a safer environment.

Hedgehogs are fairly common around Britain, but not everyone knows that they are currently in drastic decline in both towns and countryside. The University of Stirling’s Hedgehog Friendly Campus will share a look into their hedgehog conservation work and why everyone’s help is crucial to protect this species. Join us to find out how we monitor hedgehogs and identify their footprints on campus. We will give you tips on what you can do to help this species thriving in your own garden: from removing obstacles to their movement, to building a simple hedgehog house and planning a fully functioning hedgehog-friendly garden in few simple steps!

The event will be in person at Albert Halls on 14th Oct from 11am – 3pm.

Free to attend, drop-in.

See the full programme of the Stirling Science Festival.

Event Info

Cost - £

Albert Halls

Dumbarton Road

+44 (0)1786 473 544

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