Tuesday, 23 April 2013

Check out the new baby badgers

Brand new and so cute! They look pretty big on this night vision footage but in actual fact they are very small. Not much bigger than a large hedgehog at the moment. It is too risky to attempt to get daytime colour footage yet because if I startled them they could run up the hill and onto a very busy road.

The mother badger has become very territorial which is causing me a headache because the fox which I usually feed has had babies too, but when ever she comes near for food the badger chases her off which is kind of mean when you consider there's enough to go round for all.


Anonymous said...

So I leave a comment on serpent slayer's blog informing him that Hitler was born in the year eighteen hundred and eighty nine (not 1989) and he promptly removes it despite taking heed of my advice and revising his blog entry. Next thing you know he's on TC moaning about the lack of free speech.

Barry Norman said...

I have just watched a totally cringe worthy film on BBC1 called Air Force One starring Harrison Ford. What an embarrassing load of rubbish.

Anonymous said...

"Struggle Is The Father Of All Things"

This struggle depends upon the FAITH of the one true God, the living God, the Son of Man!
He was born for one purpose, to suffer in this world, for the sins of Man!

Here's the quote in full said...

Struggle is the father of all things. It is not by the principles of humanity that man lives or is able to preserve himself above the animal world, but solely by means of the most brutal struggle.

Anonymous said...

There are now far too many badgers in Britain. They need culling but of course because they're 'cute' the bunny huggers and bleeding hearts kick up a fuss and the empty heads respond accordingly.
Funny how they never raise a stink regarding the extermination of rats or cockroaches.
Let's hope the badger culling experiment's a proven success and we can get on with it nationwide and stop all the dreadful and unnecessary suffering of cattle with TB.

animal lover said...

What a cruel and heartless comment.

Anonymous said...

What a kind, caring and meaningless comment.

Billy MT said...

Any comments on here about animal rights, are keenly looked into by Mr Alan Kibble anyway.
He is an ex police man with a keen interest in blood sports and hunting with dogs.
Kibble wants to take away our birth right to free speech!
If you are against hunting with dogs, Kibble then regards you has a violent extremist.

Anonymous said...

Alan Kibble is a strange person,
He's drunk on power
He likes the BBC cameras to follow him around evicting people from their homes.
I would call him a bully boy.
His methods are shameful.