Vaccination is labour intensive and costly (albeit cheaper and more humane than culling). We are applying to various bodies for grants and crowdfunding. The more funds we raise from the community, the more we can apply for and in turn the more badgers we can vaccinate.
Please help if you can, every donation will be put to good use and will help save stripy, furry, snuffly, slightly grumpy lives across the county.
Visit our fundraising page for more information on how you can support us.
Visit our vaccination page for more information about the project.
To discuss arranging for vaccination of badgers on your land please please email Debbie, who is our lead vaccinator. The dedicated email is:
OBG is following guidance issued by the Badger Trust. We will continue to operate and ensure our activities and those of volunteers comply with government guidance on social distancing.
OBG will continue to provide a badger rescue service where possible to do so safely and so long as our local wildlife hospitals and veterinary practices continue to have capacity.
Please continue to report any badger road traffic accidents or other sightings. This can include sett survey and monitoring carried out during your permitted daily exercise.