Derbyshire Wildlife Trust are delighted that vaccination gets priority in the fight against bovine tuberculosis
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We are delighted to announce the Government have decided not to bring the cull to Derbyshire.
MP Ruth George joined Derbyshire Wildlife Trust this morning to help vaccinate badgers against bovine TB.
Derbyshire Wildlife Trust and partners have written a letter to Theresa Villiers, Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, to demand she puts a stop to the badger cull coming to…
Derbyshire is one of 14 areas that the Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) is considering for ten new badger cull zones this year. Defra are expected to make their…
Derbyshire Wildlife Trust have had great success with their badger vaccinations in the county so far in 2019 thanks to dedicated over 100 volunteers, 15 vaccinators and 5 volunteer vets.
The first ever national conference on badger vaccinations is to take place at Derby University this April.
The first ever National conference on badger vaccinations will take place at Derby University on 27th April, 2019. Organised by Derbyshire Wildlife Trust, The National Trust and The Badger Trust…
The Wildlife Trusts' response to new figures released by the government.
Guided canoe trip, walking boots and vintage afternoon tea are just some of the prizes on offer in a wild raffle being run by Derbyshire Wildlife Trust.
We are appalled that 32,601 badgers have been culled in 2018.