Blue Tit by Julian Bhalerao


Michael Clark

The badger, though one of Britain's best-loved mammals, and one of its most recognizable, is rarely seen, its habitats largely unknown. Worms are the main item of its diet, and badger territories are determined by the supply of worms in the area. Within territories, badgers live in colonies with strict social hierarchies and inhabit setts which may have been historic homes for badgers over hundreds of years. Being good housekeepers, badgers constantly replace their bedding and old piles of dried grass at the entrances of setts are a good indication of habitation, as are latrines - usually placed some distance from the sett. 128 pages.

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