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GARDEN WILDLIFE

 

GARDEN WILDLIFE

By Alex White

PART TEN – BADGERS

I quite often get asked how I individually identify my local badgers. It isn’t the easiest thing especially this time of year as I haven’t seen them as much over the winter and new wounds and marks appear.

I’ve had some time to go over footage from the last time I had my trail cameras out at my local sett.

Firstly I look at their faces.

These are three different badgers. It is easy to tell the one with the damaged ear in the bottom two photos but not so easy to see that the top two are different badgers again.

 

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