Badgers and Foxes
Badgers are one of our more secretive mammals making them all the more fascinating to study. As with many other mammals, changes to our countryside have forced more badgers to seek food and shelter within our gardens. Worms are their food of choice and the supply (or otherwise) of these plays a big part in a badger colony's decision to set up home somewhere.
If you want to encourage them into your garden, feeding them our specially formulated supplement will help in areas where worm numbers are insufficient.Try to feed every night near the badgers' sett or at their normal foraging area, though try not to overfeed as leftover food will go off quickly and can also give away the location of the sett.
Please remember that although watching badgers can be extremely enjoyable, it is a criminal offence to disturb badgers or to damage, destroy or obstruct their setts. Foxes frequently visit gardens in both urban and rural areas in search of food. They are an adaptable and resourceful species known to make their homes just about anywhere.