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Hedgehog Nest Box

Hedgehog Nest Box
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About this product

Please note: due to the nature of the material, this product is prone to being scratched in transport. The damage is superficial but does effect the appearance of the item.

A completely redesigned hedgehog nest that incorporates all the best features of previous nests, is far safer for the hedgehog, and eliminates loose entrance tunnels and plastic pipes by building all these features into one robust design.

This nestbox has been designed and ultimately tested extensively with great success over a period of 12 months by the Hedgehog Preservation Society and their hedgehog carers, whose help is much appreciated. The final nest design has also been approved by Dr. Pat Morris of London University who has contributed to it's development.

* Fully built-in tunnel with 5" square access for even the largest hedgehog to avoid unwanted visitors.
* Raised 'step' at entrance to enable the box to be partly buried.
* Totally safe nesting area well away from the tunnel entrance.
* Lower roof to enable the hedgehog to build a snug nest.
* Specially designed inbuilt "unblockable" ventilation to provide just the right temperature and humidity without draughts.
* Totally removable roof for easy inspection and cleaning.
* Underfloor runners letting air to the underside of the box but allowing the box to be pushed easily into place in undergrowth, etc.
* Reinforced and strengthened corners making a sturdy nestbox.
* One compact unit easy to position.


Exterior quality 12mm resin bonded ply. The box remains untreated on the inside. Best situated in a quiet corner of the garden, and covered with leaves and other garden debris. Removable lid for cleaning purposes and reinforced corners, manufactured with surface sunk nails to resist rusting.

Nestbox size: Height 22cm x Width 38cms x Length 47cm

Hedgehog preferred: Thoughtfully designed boxes make safe and secure homes.

Chosen by professionals: With all the right features, the boxes of choice for professionals!

Selected by you: Modern designs, traditionally made in wood - look good, and work well.

Designed by experts: Designed with the help of the Hedgehog Preservation Trust and specialists from other Hedgehog groups.

Built to last: Hand crafted to cope with the best and worst of the weather, year in year out.

Environmentally positive: Direct action to help hedgehog survival rates, encouraging biodiversity; FSC timber; Zero carbon footprint in use.

Customer Reviews (2)

  • Generic design of draft free hedgehog house.
    By Fi 9 May 2017
    This is a virtual replica of a very successful box I designed in 2013 to provide accommodation for hedgehogs looked after by my neighbour whilst local council-ordered rat poison was put on my property (in agricultural land these come with everything food wise). My version, which did not have a tunnel, but a long initial corridor leading to the parallel corridor sleeping department was in 12mm wood (but that version was wrong sort, later versions were plywood) painted brown rotproof paint, then marine varnished, with runners, and a flanged removable roof, was based on observing my wild hedgehogs dig sleeping tunnels under the peat, subsequently making barriers in their rabbit hutch compartment (their first 'hotel') to block the draft. No hedgehog home allowing in draft was a success. The flanged roof and marine varnish kept any bedding dry, even in the worst weather. It is not patented and the design is free for all. Recently I tried three other designs, a Trixie house (no base), a Gardman house, no base or internal room, a single tunnel thick wood house and without exception the hedgehogs chose the above design, next the Trixie house. In choosing any house, important is No Draft, next Impermeability, then cleanability -line with newspaper! They'll love you and return.
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  • Great construction, hoggies love it BUT the sleeping compartment is too small for hibernation purposes
    By Lucy 9 Oct 2022
    This is beautifully constructed and very robust. The hedgehogs make good use of it through spring/summer/autumn but it's not suitable for winter hibernation. The sleeping compartment isn't big enough for the hedgehog to create a suitably insulated nest. There's just not enough room to cram in all the leaves and hay they need to survive the cold.

    I bought 2 of these, hoping to support the hedgehogs through their harshest months. It's been a real disappointment to realise the hoggies can't use them when they're most needed.
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"I have purchased one of these, and it was occupied on the same evening as installation! The boxes are very well assembled with the cover and partition ‘routed in’ rather than just nailed together. All in all, a very good acquisition and our prickly friends (on the increase) enjoy it immensely!"

Ian Gibb, UK

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