The Yorkshire Flat Hedgehog Survey: Is Yorkshire 'bristling' with Hedgehogs, or are they ge??ng 'thin on the ground' ?

Howes, Colin
April 2013
Naturalist (00280771);Apr2013, Vol. 138 Issue 1082, p78
Academic Journal
The article discusses the survey on Hedgehogs throughout Yorkshire, England by the Yorkshire Naturalists' Union and its affiliated societies. Topics discussed include maintaining records on Hedgehog road casualties in measured transects by car passengers, regional differences in casualty rates and categorization of decline in Hedgehog numbers under the (Natural Environment and Rural Communities) NERC Act 2006 as a "Species of Principal Importance" for biodiversity.


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