Derbyshire Wildlife Trust's response to the Godfray Report
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Derbyshire Wildlife Trust are proud and delighted to announce that Debbie Bailey, The Trust’s lead badger vaccinator, has been awarded a 2018 Animal Action Award by the International Fund for…
Early this morning a dedicated team of volunteers vaccinated the 200th badger of the year as part of Derbyshire Wildlife Trust’s badger vaccination programme.
Ruth George, Labour Member of Parliament for High Peak, joined Derbyshire Wildlife Trust at dawn to watch the Derbyshire Wildlife Trust badger vaccination programme at work.
The Trust’s dedicated team of vaccinators have been out vaccinating badgers all week and have now brought the total number of badgers vaccinated this year in Derbyshire to 103 so far with lots…
There is no need for a badger cull in the county.
Derbyshire Police and Crime Commissioner calls for Government to rethink on badger cull in Derbyshire
Derbyshire Police and Crime Commissioner Hardyal Dhindsa has written to the Government to voice his support for “vaccination over culling” in the prevention of tuberculosis (TB) in badgers.
The Government is now considering applications for shooting badgers in Derbyshire, yet new evidence shows that Derbyshire badgers have extremely low levels of bovine TB.
We are deeply alarmed about the intentions of Michael Gove, the Environment Secretary, following his recent announcement to launch a consultation on whether to remove a cap which limits new areas…