PDF presentation has been designed to show
badger enthusiasts, ecologists and other wildlife workers
what is involved in performing a bait-marking study, how to do the
work and how to make accurate conclusions from the results. This
presentation has been designed for these main groups of people,
Students studying animal-related subjects.
Volunteers and badger groups who are
involved in surveying badger territories
Organisations who are working on habitat
surveys to establish the presence of badgers
for planning-permission and development
This presentation assumes people have a good knowledge of badgers and
their habits. If you are new to the study of badgers, please consider
buying our Badgers and
Evidence of Badgers presentations first.
The slides include a combination of text, images and photographs; and
has detailed speakers notes. This presentation includes:
* Introduction to Bait Marking * Initial Field Survey * Sett
Types * Bait Marking * Materials * Time Periods * Preparing the Bait *
Feeding the Bait * Bait Feeding Stations * Finding the Bait * Recording the Bait *
Record Keeping and Best Practice * Interpretation * Verified Results
Map * Results Result showing a Survey Error * Further Information
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2003 and 2010 formats. It is possible to read these files in other versions of
Microsoft PowerPoint; as well as "free" or open-source software, such as Open
Office impress. This presentation is also supplied in Adobe
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application on your computer or by using the free Acrobat PDF app on
your Android phone.
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