The map above shows just some of the records in the local area. For an up-to-date version, please see the Hedgehog Street website.
Record keeping is important as it helps us to understand distribution of species. All records can be useful for detecting trends both locally and nationally which can aid conservation efforts. It will help us particularly to understand where hedgehogs are in our local area and where they are missing. This can help us to focus our efforts to improve and provide better habitats in those areas to help boost our local population.
Please report your sightings via one of the below links or download and fill in the recording form below or pick up a paper copy from the Watchet Visitor Centre and return to the visitor centre once completed. Otherwise please contact us via the contact form.
All records submitted to Watchet Hedgehog Group are forwarded to Somerset Environmental Records Centre. This makes the data available to local conservationists and accessible to those determining planning applications.