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Covid-19 Update on our work

We wanted to let you know that Lancashire Badger Group is still here for badgers during this difficult period, but of course we also need to look after our volunteers and keep in mind the safety of members of the public. To that end, we have looked carefully at our services and will not be able to carry some out during this time. Our online shop will be closed for the next three weeks, and we will reassess the situation on an ongoing basis. We're sorry that we won't be able to take orders during that period, but of course we cannot ask volunteers to go to the post office. During the lockdown period, we will also be unable to visit sites and ...

Badger Trust Vaccination Project

Badger Trust want to support groups to vaccinate badgers across the country, preventing them from becoming infected with bovine Tb.

Badger Trust Symposium Booking Now Open!

Badger trust have transformed their annual event to be an affordable, jam-packed day of discussions and debate on a wide range of issues of importance to badger protection, ecology and welfare. It will take place at Ashorne Hill Conference Centre, Leamington Spa.  Your event pass will give you access to all talks on the day, refreshments and lunch.

Badger Trust Conference Comes to Lancashire! 3rd-5th November

The Badger Trust Annual Conference is a great opportunity for wildlife professionals, students and interested parties to keep up to date on the latest issues surrounding badger ecology and conservation efforts.  The weekend will include opportunities to listen to and mingle with some of the top professionals and famous faces in these fields plus take part in workshops on emergency care, planning and media . This year it will be held at the Best Western Park Hall Hotel, Park Hall Rd, Charnock Richard, Preston PR7 5LP from 3rd-5th November.  We hope you can join us! For more information and to book a place, please visit https://www.badger.org...

Simon King is Our New Patron

Following on from our successful evening  with Simon King OBE wildlife film maker and naturalist, he has agreed to become our Patron.