Badger-Watch offer a secluded
self-catering holiday amongst badgers, birds, foxes and other wildlife,
near the Cotswold's
To support their wildlife
project, book a holiday or request a brochure, please call
Sandra Butt on
Badger-Watch started in 1987 at College Barn
Farm. The project includes planting trees and shrubs as well as
encouraging, protecting and preserving the
resident wildlife. Badger-Watch and all of our visitors protect the College Barn
Farm badgers by observing the setts daily and
the badgers most evenings by floodlight.
Their aim is to establish a seven-acre wildlife area containing as many
different varieties of trees and wildlife as possible, with our badger
setts and three ponds included within the area. To enable this project to proceed as
fast as possible, they have established accommodation and other facilities
for visitors. Any profit from the accommodation is reinvested back
into the conservation project.
Badger-Watch offer you the opportunity to enjoy a peaceful, relaxing holiday in a
secluded, modern mobile home in the heart of the countryside where you can
watch badgers by floodlight from a warm hide at night. During
the day there are many other varieties of wildlife to observe
at the farm.