There was a piece on the breakfast news programme about the demise of the hedgehog (again). This time they were in a London park where there is a thriving colony of 40 or so. They said this is now very rare as they are disappearing from the countryside at an increasingly fast rate.
Was there any mention of badgers predating on them? No! No surprise there then. The only hedgehogs I have seen round here for years don't seem to have any flesh or entrails just an inside out dried skin.
Just wondered if there are any badgers in the london parks.