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Let’s hope the rifle boys give us a break this year

lifting with Charlie locally .... roll on September 

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Tell that to the farmers lol, I'm sure they will hold the rifle lads off for ya lol lol, good luck with ya season 

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Seen two cubs dead on the roads in the past week.

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Seen lots of fresh roadkill badgers this last month, 3 this week.

Cheers, D.

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counted 3 adults and 2 cubs sunbathing on the side of the road,on my way to work this morning....i always think what a waste...

you did well to get that close😉plenty of flattened grass and signs when I'm on my evening walks👍

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9 hours ago, Greyman said:

First badger cubs appearing as well

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Seen a sow (presumably) and a cub on one of the back lanes about 2 weeks back, about 3 am.

Cheers, D.

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The paddys ( the decent ones) always finish up on st Patrick's day. After that your only digging cubs. 

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6 minutes ago, jiggy said:

The paddys ( the decent ones) always finish up on st Patrick's day. After that your only digging cubs. 

Think you meant, after that your only digging with a hang over 😂

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There nice too watch but a feckin pain 

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1 hour ago, W. Katchum said:

Too many badgers here ☹️

Same here mate probably out number all other animals on my cams by at least 10-1 roe then muntie,s next loads of road kill young boars about as well travelling up the a38 through Gloucestershire seeing one every 6/7 miles at the moment, not much seems to want to eat them they just seem to blow up and rot away 🦡🦡🦡

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1 hour ago, Greyman said:

Same here mate probably out number all other animals on my cams by at least 10-1 roe then muntie,s next loads of road kill young boars about as well travelling up the a38 through Gloucestershire seeing one every 6/7 miles at the moment, not much seems to want to eat them they just seem to blow up and rot away 🦡🦡🦡

Seen one a bit back just outside Truro town centre, went from full on to a couple of bits of skin in a fortnight, another one on the A30 near Maccy D's still half there after 2 months 🤔

Cheers, D.

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