|Badger Encounters in the Wild book
book of Jim Crumley's encounters with badgers in the wild in Scotland. The quality of the writing is superb.
A great read. Click here to buy:
Encounters in the wild
Here we use the term "Wildlife Park" to mean a location
where wildlife are generally present, being cared for until they are well
enough to be returned to the wild (wherever reasonably possible) or live
there permanently in reasonable conditions of space and freedom.
parks we have listed here are
generally happy to receive visitors (from the
public, schools, badger groups and so on). They should have available
parking facilities and educational/informative displays, and possibly
ancillary services (such as visitor centres, shops, etc).
Note that this is not a list of all the locations where
badgers may be present, as some locations are either not geared up for
visitors or wish to take care of wild badgers whilst maintaining a minimum
contact with people.
If you wish to be listed in this section, please Email Us
with details of what badgers you have on display; and we will consider
listing you here.