Nigel Harvey explains why St.Albans Extinction Rebellion have a problem with Barclays Bank, Nadia Bishara of the Wilderhood Watch has a challenge for you and Iain Begg tells the lovely story of how Wheathamstead people pulled together to clean up their village.
Sacha Bedford of Hatties Hedgehogs, over in Hatfield, joins Amanda to explain why she needs our help to care for sick and injured hogs. It’s estimated that a third of UK hedgehogs are killed on roads, and slowing down when driving at night could be a good way to try and bring this toll down. [...]
They might be much loved, but hedgehog numbers are plummeting. Researcher Lauren Moore explains her research into road deaths. Nadia Bishara of the Wilderhood Watch talks about what they are doing to help hedgehogs, and Jill Priest, London Colney Hedgehog Rescue volunteer, explains what to do if you find a hedgehog now.
The 1st London Colney Scouts are a tree planting wonder! Scout leader Ian Burnett and his son Stanley explains all. Plus, it’s a dangerous time for hedgehogs. Martin from Hornbeam Wood Hedgehog Sanctuary has tips for how to help.
In this show we hear from Emily Wilson from Hedgehog Street about how your hedgehog sightings are needed and from local hedgehog enthusiast Jill Priest about how local hedgehogs are fairing and how you can help them as they get ready to hibernate.
It's all things hedgehog on this edition of Environment Matters. Fay Vass of the hedgehog helping campaign Hedgehog Street talks about the first ever census of hedgehog houses and local hedgehog lover Jill Stevens tells us how she came to help out hedgehogs like little Iggy (pictured). Photo: Jill Stevens