We made a stumpery next to the woodland walk for visiting hedgehogs, woodlice, beetles and other friendly visitors.
Sadly we have never had a visiting hedgehog, even although there are lots of little stump "houses" here for him to hide in.
And that's why this hedgehog is wandering. He has heard on the Hodgevine that there is a perfect house waiting for him in Orange Esmeralda's garden, but he doesn't know how to find it.
If you see him, could you let me know?
For those who are interesting in such things -
Like "The Artistic Fox" in the previous blogpost, this was painted with watercolours and measures
6 inches square unframed.
A stumpery is a garden feature made from parts of dead trees to form a habitat for several types of wildlife.
Linking to "Art Journal Journey" where Gill has chosen the theme "Nature's Wonders".