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RHS gold medal winner Tracy Foster teams up with wildlife charities to help save hedgehogs The 2014 RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show will feature a hedgehog-inspired summer garden designed by award winning garden designer Tracy Foster, 51, from Roundhay, north Leeds. People’s Trust for Endangered Species (PTES) and The British Hedgehog Preservation Society (BHPS) …

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Charity neighbourhood watch scheme to help save hedgehogs surpasses 30,000 volunteers Wildlife campaign Hedgehog Street is celebrating its third anniversary by reaching a landmark figure of 30,000 volunteers, at a time when hedgehogs need more help than ever. The initiative, set up by People’s Trust for Endangered Species (PTES) and the British Hedgehog Preservation Society …

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Charities call on volunteers to help survey threatened hedgehogs Hedgehog numbers in Britain are declining by three to five per cent each year in towns and in the rural landscape, with the loss most apparent in the South West, South East and Eastern regions of England, according to the results of a ten-year trend analysis by the …

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Taking a bird’s eye view of England’s traditional orchards has enabled conservationists to put one of the most important wildlife habitats back on the map A five year research project by the People’s Trust for Endangered Species (PTES) has used aerial photographs to produce a unique inventory of England’s traditional orchards – a UK Biodiversity Action Plan …

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