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'Moor' badgering after Administrative Court rejects Badger Trust's application?

Badger Trust court challenge rejected, but serious concerns remain over continuation of pilot culls

One might wonder what the atmosphere will be like at the Badger Trust Annual Meeting this coming week?  767 more words

Executive Secretary

Natural England authorise 'moor' badger culls ....

We have just received the astonishing news that the agency responsible for advice to government on nature conservation matters have approved the next tranche of badger culls.  588 more words

Executive Secretary

Where is all the wildlife, is there 'moor' in the uplands or lowlands?

Readers may be aware that there has been much debate around driven grouse shooting recently.  Perhaps readers have signed the epetition started by Dr Mark Avery… 627 more words

Executive Secretary

Introduced or Native, Wild or Farmed?

Isle of Wight Deer – Introduced or Native, Wild or Farmed?

 The Isle of Wight’s wild deer have variously been described as introduced and deer farm escapees, but is this really true? 615 more words

Badgering Defra & Natural England

The Badger Trust are to be congratulated ….

Badger Trust High Court legal challenge over monitoring of badger cull

The Badger Trust will be in the High Court on Thursday 21 August for a Judicial Review challenge against the DEFRA Secretary of State Liz Truss and Natural England on the Government’s highly controversial badger cull policy. 635 more words

Executive Secretary

Whatever it is they [DMBC] know about the Danvm Drainage Commissioners, they don't want to tell the public?

Readers were reminded on Monday about our Freedom of Information request to Doncaster Metropolitan Borough Council about an Internal Audit undertaken on the Danvm Drainage Commissioners. 648 more words

Executive Secretary

Bats in the Attic

A minor complication in renovating our house has been that we are a bat roost. Our bats needs come first, by law.

In fact, there is only one bat  — a male pipistrelle who uses our loft as a roost during the breeding season, away from the wife and kiddies. 271 more words

Bat Conservation Trust