Important announcement concerning the proposed badger cull. Please can you read the announcement from the Badger Trust and help by signing the e-petition. Click here to find out more.
Mobile website launched ! Now, when you access the website from your smartphone, you will automatically taken to our mobile website. With larger text and bigger buttons it will be much easier to do things such as submit a dead badger report on the go.
The badger watching hide will re-open for the new season in April, so you can book from March 1st. Find out how you can book. Please note
we are not able to take bookings by email, please follow the telephone procedure.
Thank you for all your dead badger reports - we are approaching the peak period for badger deaths on the roads so please keep your reports coming in. This data is valuable in providing information about the status of badgers in Herts & Middlesex. However, please note that we do not, under normal circumstances, clear away badger carcasses.
To submit a dead badger report please use this quick link.
Badgers in your garden?
Many people are happy to have badgers visiting their gardens but we are currently receiving many enquiries concerning badgers causing damage to lawns. Before contacting us read the following factsheet
Badgers in Your Garden prepared by the Badger Trust.
Gary Sanderson from Stevenage photographed his visiting badger on a wet night at the beginning of October
We run a series of monthly meetings, publish a quartely magazine "Badger Times" and attend many fairs during the year. Our members can participate in a variety of activities including survey work, badger watching and badger rehabilitation. Membership is just £10 for the year per household - Find out more !