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
Consultation on guidance to Natural England on licences to control the risk of bovine tuberculosis from badgers
DEFRA has finally been forced to reveal the true cost of their disastrous badger cull policy in a Freedom of Information request brought by the Badger Trust.
The Badger Trust has condemned the government’s decision to continue with the pilot badger culls in Gloucestershire and Somerset as ‘completely irrational’.
A peaceful, family friendly protest against the government's unpopular badger cull policy will come to Taunton on Saturday 15 August.
#NationalBadgerDay Help out this National Badger Day by volunteering in a peaceful Badger patrol @somersetbadgerp @DorsetBBW @GlosABS
6 Oct 15
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