Thatís great news Ged, I feel that if an appropriate sitecan be found and these badgers like you say are clean of TB then thatís a greatthing to do. But the survey does concern me as it was only done over 2 days andwas the person conducting it a specialist in that field/ecologist? I ask as Iíveconstructed a lot of badger setts and otter dens in my time with conservationgroups/trusts and ecological companyís and it normally takes them a few days tosurvey the area, then normal takes quite a few visits in different seasons tooto get an in-depth picture. In a way bushwhacker does have a point about thebetter us of money, but the badgers should be given a chance, the trust couldsave its money by instead of rehabilitating foxís and grey squirrels they shouldjust put them to sleep and use those fund for the more critically at risk faunaand flora in Great Britten. But at the end of the day itís their moneyÖ.
All the best with the project Ged
Arborist & Woodsman
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