A new study paints a bleak picture for the region's wildlife.
Feeding wild birds throughout winter is vital, but one Norfolk wildlife reserve owner has gone further by hand-feeding a tiny robin.
An RSPCA inspector has rescued a badger stuck down a hole that had been covered up illegally near Peterborough.
A "state of nature" report by scientists from the country's leading conservation organisations reveals Britain's plant, mammal, insect and bird life is in trouble - with numbers falling for more than 60 per cent of species.
Among the more startling predictions is that the hedgehog could be extinct within 15 years.
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The region's hedgehogs could be extinct within 15 years - that's the shock warning from one wildlife expert.
Sandra Craske, of AFA Hedgehog Rescue at Fakenham in Norfolk, said slug pellets were being used to kill beetles, bugs and worms - the staple diet of the hedgehogs. She believes they could die out in the next 10 to 15 years.
Hedgehogs are becoming a relatively rare sight in our gardens these days. Numbers have plummeted in the past ten years and the weather hasn't helped.
Confused by the late arrival of spring in 2013, hedgehogs are only just coming out of hibernation, six weeks late.
In Cambridge a hedgehog hospital released some of the dozens they've been nursing throughout the winter.
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