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Mal Ingham
Former Head Ranger & Wildlife Officer mon badgers & otters - cam trapper - author of 'From Badgers to Nighthawks' & 'The Tales of Old Billy Badger' πŸ¦ŠπŸ¦‰πŸ¦‡πŸ•·πŸœπŸ
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Mal Ingham 4h
One last mooch around before retiring into the sett to sleep away the day whilst jackdaws & rooks circles overhead loudly calling as their new day begins.
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Mal Ingham Oct 25
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Mal Ingham Oct 25
Replying to @occulife @pamwhetnall
Thankfully, not all farmers are blinkered in their opinions.πŸ‘
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Mal Ingham Oct 25
Replying to @Treegrrrl
Thankfully Clare they are safeπŸ‘
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Mal Ingham Oct 24
Replying to @rumble47
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Mal Ingham Oct 23
Replying to @ScruffApple1
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Mal Ingham Oct 22
Replying to @vickanneb
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Mal Ingham Oct 22
Replying to @purpledanni1
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Mal Ingham Oct 22
Replying to @gail55822100
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Mal Ingham Oct 22
More frolickings from the Nutter clan. They certainly dispel a few myths about badgers being slow, lumbering animals that sneak around after dark eating sheep when in reality, they are just the opposite & get along just fine with sheep.
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Mal Ingham Oct 21
Replying to @ScruffApple1
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Mal Ingham Oct 21
Replying to @ScruffApple1
Regarding the vaccination; you would need to contact your local badger group if you have one. Some groups working in cooperation with farmers & other landowners do trap & vaccinate. Glad you enjoy the clipsπŸ‘
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Mal Ingham Oct 20
None what so ever! It's purely ear say put about by those who hate badgers. In over 35 years I've never seen a shred of evidence to prove otherwise.πŸ˜‰
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Mal Ingham Oct 20
Replying to @MidnightSciClub
Some will stay within the clan whilst others will disperse to other neighbouring clansπŸ‘
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Mal Ingham Oct 19
Replying to @PeteWard7 @TimMeek8
Thankfully there are safe!πŸ‘
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Mal Ingham Oct 19
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Mal Ingham Oct 19
Replying to @cns46z
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Mal Ingham Oct 19
Replying to @PriscillaJudd
Badgers are omnivores meaning that they eat both plants & meat, but their main diet is earthworms, berries & fruit etc.πŸ‘
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Mal Ingham Oct 19
Replying to @bridgebyapool
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Mal Ingham Oct 19
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