Badgers

Badgers may attack and kill hedgehogs, but that doesn't mean they are solely to blame for the latter's decline, says Carly Pettett. 
Hedgehog
London Zoo is best known for its exotic creatures great and small and the programmes it runs to conserve them in the wild - but now it's fighting to save a tiny population of Britain's best-loved mammal.
Badger
The government announces a shift to vaccination in the battle against bovine tuberculosis.
Badger
Badger groups are joining forces to compile an EU country-by-country report on badgers.
Badger
British Veterinary Association should change its stance on culling because it's inhumane and there is no guarantee that it will reduce levels of bovine tuberculosis in cattle, say campaigners.
Vaccinating badger
A key plank of the Government's strategy to tackle bovine tuberculosis in cattle has been lost as a shortage of BCG supplies halts all badger vaccination work in England and Wales in 2016.
Badger
Badgers mate in spring, then delay producing cubs for months. But why?
Hedgehog
No Christmas cheer for claim that badger cull will help reverse declining fortunes of Mrs Tiggywinkle
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