Friday, 30 November 2012

Adding badgers to the mix

Following on from my last post, if you put Wind in the Willows, here are some badgers for you:
http://yousend.it/U6yMku

"The badgers in the footage were in for rearing, they would have come in individually as orphaned cubs, but then mixed into this group when moved to the paddocks as part of the rehabilitation process, getting them ready for their life back in the wild, They would have been released back to the wild as this group"

5 comments:

Stroppy Author said...

Good title - I had a wonderful image of cookie dough with tiny badgers sprinkled through it. Cooking project! Anyone know where to buy chocolate badgers? No? Manufacturing project!

Mary Hoffman said...

Only you, Anne, only you!

Ariel Wilson said...

It amazes me how there are so many things available on the internet that can help students to a great extent. Earlier there were no such things available and students had to struggle a lot but things have clearly been changed in the modern time.

louisarthur said...

I appreciate your effort in taking care of the wildlife. Last week; I had an important essay to write but I hired the Professional Essay Writer At Usessaywriter.com so he can write for me and I can attend the campaign for animal rights as I am also quite into wildlife and fighting for their rights.

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