Welcome to Badger Trust

Badger Trust promotes the conservation and welfare of badgers and the protection of their setts and habitats for the public benefit. We are the leading voice for badgers and represent and support around 60 local voluntary badger groups. Badger Trust provides expert advice on all badger issues and works closely with Government, the police and other conservation and welfare organisations. 

Protecting badgers through science, the law -and public support

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Latest News
Badger cull protest comes to Ross on Wye as culling is set to continue in Gloucestershire and Somerset this summer.
The Badger Trust is not involved in any campaigns aimed at boycotting food retailers, restaurants or cafe chains over their milk sourcing policy in connection with the badger culls in Somerset and Gloucestershire.
Please find an open letter to the British Veterinary Association, calling on them to withdraw support for the badger culls in view of the continued use of free shooting, which they consider is inhumane.
The Badger Trust has reacted strongly to pro-culling comments made by HRH Prince Charles in his recently revealed correspondence with the government.
#badgercull Will be great to see you in Ross on Wye tomorrow for the Stand Up For Wildlife peaceful march. http://t.co/1pT9lYvEuM
3 Jul 15
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