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The hedgehog has not been widely studied in the conservation context in New Zealand. As an introduced mammal, its role in New Zealand ecosystems is not well understood. Through the use of three years of trapping data from Trounson Kauri Park in Northland, and the analysis of 51 gut samples taken over a one-year period from Trounson, seasonal patterns of abundance and diet of hedgehogs were investigated. Fluctuations in hedgehog numbers occurred throughout the three-year period , with lows infatcat:4tro4kdx6reptfjk2kmk6cncwe