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A team went out yesterday despite the weather to carry on surveying a new area likely to cull in the Autumn.
They are a particularly hardy and determined group but even they had to call it a day by 2pm...soaked through to their pants! 😳
We’re looking forward to meeting with local people in and around Taunton later this month. If you have signed up to our Newsletter and live in Taunton then check your email inbox.
Hopefully we can add other meet-ups in other towns throughout the rest of the year. ... See MoreSee Less
1 day ago ·
Not that the rain puts off our teams of sett surveyors, but today this team chose the best day of the week so far to get out and continue surveying potential new zones.
The ground is very waterlogged so footpaths were very muddy but signs were good and more data means more badgers can be protected.
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New surveyors & patrollers very welcome.
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3 days ago ·
The lack of transparency regarding the #badgercull is inexcusable. If you are on Twitter, join others in reminding @TonyJuniper that we live in a democracy. The public has a right to scrutinise this highly controversial badger cull policy.
We need Natural England & DEFRA to release all details now. Including police costs. #badgermonday ... See MoreSee Less
5 days ago ·
As we enter the new decade, we’re not slowing down in our efforts to campaign against the badger cull and protect our local wildlife.
In the January edition of South and West Badger Protectors we take a look at what we can do right now and look ahead to the challenges we’ll face in 2020.
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6 days ago ·