Badger cull to end —

Badger cull – the end game The government has announced that Badger culling will be phased out and replaced with a cattle vaccine and plans more vaccination of badgers in the fight against TB read the full story here Want to her to know more about badgers Meet the Model – Brian the Badger

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Opossum, Swans and Icy Waters — Little Backyard World

The weather was mild so I went on a few walks this weekend. We stopped briefly at the Saganashkee Slough to see if we could see any bald eagles and ending up watching this opossum for a while. It looks like the opossum is looking at us. The mute swans were swimming at Lake Katherine […]

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What’s a badger ? —

What’s a badger by Peter Hanscomb Climate Strike, the populist uprising in protest by young people around the world , started by Greta Thunberg from Sweden. A simple message , delivered by peaceful protest primarily aimed at political leaders and governments, run by and large by people of my generation. The main course of concern, […]

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28: Muskox — Notebook from the North

This week we will be doing another spotlight on an Arctic animal, helping an overlooked creature get a little bit of attention and praise. This time round it’s muskox, the giant furry brown cow-like creatures that wander the tundra of the north. We will have a little look at their history, behaviour and some of […]

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Over 300 Rabbits Taken From Fullerton Home Are Up for Adoption — KTLA

Over 300 rabbits that were taken from a Fullerton home are up for adoption. O.C. Animal Care at 1630 Victory Road in Tustin is offering the rabbits up for adoption for $14, which includes spay, neutering and a microchip. Those who wish to donate to the rabbits’ care can check out the shelter’s Amazon wishlist.…

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Nature’s Way Almanac 2020 — Oakland County Blog

WILDER SIDE OF OAKLAND COUNTY January January is the month that some lament the onslaught of winter storms, but for those that love the ways of nature, it’s a month of grand adventure and discovery. It’s a time to hike and breathe deeply under evergreen trees and, if Mother Nature cooperates, snowshoe on backcountry trails. […]

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