Sunday 9th December 2018 BBG Badger Walk at Dancersend Nature Reserve
Bucks Badger Group is holding a Badger walk at Dancersend Nature Reserve near Tring on Sunday 9th December 208 at 9.30am.
It will be led by Mike Collard, one of our badger experts who will show you how to recognise badger signs such as latrines, hairs and tracks as well as active and inactive setts. Please do not bring your dog as we will be walking close to active setts.
Please be prepared for the weather. There are steep slopes and uneven ground and walking boots or shoes are recommended.
Children are very welcome, provided they can walk for a couple of hours.
Meet at Dancersend Waterworks Car Park, Bottom Road, Aston Clinton HP23 6LB Grid reference SP904088
To book a place phone Anne Bourne on 01494 715438 or 07979247797 or email email@example.com
SUNDAY AUGUST 19TH SETT SURVEY/TRAINING DAY - MID BUCKS
Sunday August 19th 2018 Sett surveying/training day 10.00am to lunchtime.
Come and join us and learn more about our iconic mammal. meet new people and explore the Bucks Countryside.
With the number of threats our badgers are under at the moment, such as HS2, the Oxford-Cambridge crossrail, badger persecution, developments and with the probability that the badger cull will come to Bucks next year, it is essential that we know where our badgers are so that we can monitor and protect them.
For that , we need as many people as we can get to help us with this, so come along, learn what is involved and with our guidance, help with our sett surveying.
It will be a 2 mile circular walk, some steep sections but plenty of options for short cut back to the start. Please, no dogs.
If you wish to come please email me on firstname.lastname@example.org or phone me on 07979247797 and you will be given more details.
Saturday 14th July Maidenhead Badger March
Maidenhead March against the Badger Cull! – hosted by Berkshire Badger Trust
Saturday 14th July 2018 at 12.30pm – 3.30pm
Kidwells Park, Maidenhead SL6 8AQ
“The government appears determined to roll out the culling of badgers throughout England and maybe coming to Berkshire this year. As Maidenhead is Theresa May’s constituency, we need to shout out loud in high numbers to get the message over to the public that the killing of badgers is a pointless exercise to control bTB in cattle.”
Please Come and Join us.
Saturday 7th July 2018 Badger walk at Dancersend Nature Reserve near Tring
Badger Watching at Tewin Orchard - various dates
Herts and Middx Badger Group have arranged four dates for Badger Watching at Tewin Orchard near Welwyn Garden City. It is a brilliant place for seeing badgers and you sit in comfort in the lovely big hide. You will need to be able to sit quietly for a couple of hours
The dates are: Tuesday 5th June at 8.00pm
Tuesday 3rd July at 8.00pm
Tuesday 7th August at 8.00pm
Tuesday 4th September at 8.00pm
To book a place please phone 07733 051760. Please call between 8-9 am or 7-9 pm ONLY: outside of these times, or if there is no answer, please text your name and preferred date and someone will get back to you. This number is staffed by volunteers from March 1st until September 30th.
You may like to visit the Tewin Orchard website: http://www.tewinorchard.co.uk
Saturday 16th June Birmingham Wildlife Festival
Saturday 16th June 2018 Birmingham Wildlife Festival, Victoria Square, Birmingham
10.00am – 5.oopm Hosted by Badger Trust West Midlands
The largest wildlife event in the uk
There will be a fantastic choice of speakers and musicians on the stage throughout the day plus a vast array of exhibitors promoting British Wildlife, selling ethical merchandise, together with plentiful amount of hot and cold vegan food being available. Please come and join us!
Saturday 12th May 2018 Badger Trust AGM
The Badger Trust AGM will be held on Saturday 12th May 2018 at 11.00am. Doors open at 10.30am for registration and refreshments.
The venue is Ryton Village Hall, High Street, Ryton-on-Dunsmore Coventry CV8 3EY
The AGm is for Associate member groups of the badger Trust and their individual members and for supporter members of the Badger Trust.(individual, joint, family, school/youth group, other group, individual life and joint life)
If Bucks Badger Group or a supporter member wishes to propose a Special Resolution to make changes to the memorandum of Association or to the Articles of Association of the Badger Trust, please complete the notice for Special Resolution, to be found on the Badger Trust Website and send it back by Friday 13th April 2018 to the address below.
The Agenda for the AGM ( including any special resolutions ) will be sent by Friday 20th April 2018. To book your place at the AGM, please complete the booking form ( to be found on the Badger Trust website) and send it as soon as possible to the address below.
All forms to be sent to : The Badger Trust, PO Box 708, East Grinstead, RH19 2WN or email email@example.com
Postponed - Sat 3rd March Bugs, Bluebells and Badgers: Natural History of Great Missenden
Saturday 3rd March 2.30pm Bugs, bluebells and Badgers : Natural History of Great Missenden.
Unfortunately, due to the adverse weather, this event has had to be postponed.
It will be rescheduled for some time in April.
“Bugs,Bluebells and Badgers: Natural History of Great Missenden.” An event by the Friends of Missenden Parish Church in the Oldham Hall.
In the Missenden area can be found a huge variety of wildlife shaped both by the geology of the Chiltern Hills and by the action of man for millennia. But we are increasingly losing much of that variety. What survives and how can we best protect it?
With Tony Marshall, Founder of Prestwood Nature
Tickets £10 from Samways newsagents. Free parking on the nearby school playground.
May 5th 2018 Evesham Badger March
Evesham march against the badger cull and information day- hosted by Badger Trust West Midlands
Saturday May 5th 1pm – 5pm
Abbey Park Evesham
Thursday 5th April 2018 Bucks Badger Group AGM
Bucks Badger Group AGM
Our next meeting will be our AGM on Thursday 5th April 2018 at 8pm.
Location: St Anne’s Hall, 7b Aylesbury Road, Wendover, Bucks. HP22 6JG.
All welcome to attend – tea, coffee and biscuits.
Tuesday 3rd April Herts and Middx Badgers - a study of badger road casualties
Professor Malcolm Bennett will be coming from Nottingham University to speak to the Herts and Middx Badger Group.
This is being held at 8.00pm at Mead Hall, East Lane, Wheathampstead, Herts. AL4 8BP. Parking in the public car park in East Lane which is free. Tea, coffee and biscuits available.
Tuesday 6th March Herts and Middx Badgers - a talk by Mike Huskisson, author and anti-hunt campaigner
Herts and Middx Badger Group are hosting a talk by Mike Huskisson, author of Outfoxed Again: Winning for Animals and anti- bloodsports campaigner.This is being held at 8.00pm at Mead Hall, East Lane, Wheathampstead, Herts. AL4 8BP. Parking in the public car park in East Lane which is free. Tea, coffee and biscuits available.