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Finding Badgers?
See our Finding Evidence of Badgers booklet

Finding Evidence of Badgers Presentation

This PowerPoint presentation has been designed to be used for more detailed training about badgers, for example by badger groups to train members, schools or colleges to train students. This presentation has been designed for these main groups of people, namely:
  • Members and new members of badger group who need to know how to survey an area for the presence of badgers.
  • Students studying animal related subjects.
  • People involved in surveying badger territories for badger groups or for planning permission related issues.

The 38 slides include a combination of text, images and photographs; and have speakers notes. This presentation is roughly 4565KBytes in size.

This presentation assumes people know a least a little about badgers and their habits. If students are new to the study of badgers, please view the “Badgers” Presentation first.

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In This Booklet:
Introduction
Biology
Adult Size and Weight
Hair/Pelage
Food Sources
Feeding Signs
Badger Noises
Badger Territories
Badger Paths
Badger Crossing Points
Landing Zones
Setts
Sett Types
Badger and other Holes
Scratch marks
Animal Footprints
Droppings
Latrines
Bones
Teeth
Further Information