Category Archives: Brockwatch

Winning friends and influencing people

Badgers need friends, especially with the multitude of threats they face today. But how do we win friends and influence people on Brock’s behalf? For Brockwatch, two particularly effective methods are attending events – such as the Countryside Open Day … Continue reading

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From the archives: A badger walk (part 1)

22 April 2007: On Sunday I led a ‘badger walk’ for members of my local badger protection group, Brockwatch. The ‘venue’ was the wood where I saw my first badgers, 30 years ago this month. There are six badger setts … Continue reading

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A week in the life (Part 2)

As you may have gathered from this blog, life as a Brockwatcher involves more than just watching Brocks. Protecting the amazing animals which provide so much pleasure is also high on the agenda, and this involves amongst other things, rescues, … Continue reading

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