There's been a 22% rise in the number of hedgehogs taken in to the RSPCA's wildlife centres compared to last year.
Admissions for this September and October are the highest they have been for the last five years.
Across the UK there have already been more than 200 admissions in November.
The RSPCA says some hedgehogs which don't need help can sometimes be brought into their centres.
They've created a gauge to show if a hedgehog is underweight. If it's mango or apple size it will need specialist care.
If it's pineapple size it will be big enough to survive hibernation.
Hedgehogs need considerable fat reserves to get them through the winter.
The number of hedgehogs taken to East Winch so far this year has been 855
- Bedfordshire - 4
- Cambridgeshire - 84
- Hertfordshire - 2
- Lincolnshire - 25
- Norfolk - 674
- Northamptonshire - 1
- Suffolk - 65
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