on 29 September, 2017

For One Night Only!

Can you give up one night to help save Badgers? Wounded Badger Patrols operate every night across all 21 cull zones in England. They are a safe and legal way to help save badgers from being killed.

Wounded Badger Patrols are led by experienced local volunteers who will conduct the walks in a safe and controlled manner. Patrollers are issued with Hi-Viz vests but are advised to dress appropriately for the weather conditions, wear walking boots and bring a torch with spare batteries. All WBP’s begin from a pre arranged meeting point, where you will be met personally by the team leader. Police Wildlife or appointed Officers are often present. Your team leader will brief you of the route to be taken and the approximate time. They will be happy to answer any questions you have. No experience is necessary. You should be able to walk freely and comfortably, over mixed terrain during the evening. Some areas also run Daytime patrols. 

Wherever you are in the country you are welcome to join a WBP for one or more nights. The culls operate in some of England's most beautiful counties and people will often take a short break and join the WBP’s during their stay in the area. If you are traveling, car parking and local accommodation may be available. The coordinator you contact will be able to provide you with up to date local information. Many friendships have developed over the last few years with some people returning for longer stays and others freely giving up evenings and weekends on a regular basis.

Do something amazing today - Join a Wounded Badger Patrol for one night only or more!

For a full list of groups and contact details please visit the Team Badger website http://www.teambadger.org/wounded-badger-patrols

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