That one certainly looks good, Rick, thanks for that. I might well get one. We're about to renew the roof on our 28-year-old summer house, which is next to the feeding area, so although the outside of the summerhouse would be a good place to fix the camera, it might be best to wait until the job is done.
Yesterday evening I kept on going down to inspect the feeder, and when I lifted the box off at 8.50 I was delighted to find a large adult hedgehog munching away. Makes it all worth while! Our garden backs on to fields with a good 'hedgehog street' down a large and overgrown hedge, so within range of a good foraging area. There's a hole in our fence behind the new nesting box, at one end of the 100ft dry hedge I've made out of prunings, and a slatted metal gate at the other end of the hedge, where the other nestbox is concealed, so plenty of room for them to come and go, plus little 4" holes cut in the mesh fences either side of the garden to let them in to those gardens. Apparently, one garden isn't nearly enough to sustain a hedgehog, they can range up to a couple of miles in area.
I now have to get on to our Borough Councillor, yet again, in my annual attempt to prevent the quite unnecessary Spring spraying of the field behind our house, which is just grass, council owned, mowed voluntarily by a local resident, and used by all for running and dog walking, and which has no ragwort, but is annually sprayed at vast cost from a shrunken budget nonetheless. Can't bear to think of our hedgehogs getting contaminated by the spray and having their insect food killed off as well.