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About Somerset Badgers
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With the data now published, we’ve undertaken an analysis of badger cull figures for 2019.
For a locked-down nation in desperate need of good news, the latest information on England’s badger cull brings little respite.
In March 2020, our Chair Vanessa Mason wrote a guest blog for Somerset Wildlife Trust following the government announcement.
Many of you will have already heard about Defra’s response to the Godfray review as it featured briefly in the news today on Thursday 5 March.
Despite the terrible weather, the two-day badger vaccination training event went ahead as planned on 24 February 2020.
The Somerset Badger Group is appalled and deeply saddened by the Government’s announcement of the unnecessary killing of 19,274 badgers across 17 areas in seven weeks…
It has been another very busy, challenging and rewarding year for the group. The Committee reviewed and agreed the top priorities for the year at their first meeting…
The Government’s public consultation on the future of badger culling in areas which have already completed 4 years of culling has now ended. What they are proposing is to continue culling and issue further 5 year licences with reduced controls…
Just over a year ago I took over the role of Chair, so this is my first report to you. It has been another very busy, challenging and rewarding year for the group…