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  • Wednesday, 10 May 2017
    Urban Wildlife are pleased to announce that all our staff have been awarded class licences for Badgers from Natural England.This means that we no longer need to wait for natural England to issue individual licences and can assess and plan works under the new class license.A huge well done to all concerned.
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  • Monday, 20 March 2017
    A man has appeared in court charged with capturing, killing and possessing specimens of the UK's rarest butterfly.
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  • Wednesday, 07 September 2016
    Urban Wildlife have once again been approached to supply yet another artificial Badger sett. One of the country's leading university's have engaged Urban Wildlife to construct an artificial Badger sett to enable their clan of Badgers to expand.Urban Wildlife pride ourselves on understanding the species we are dealing with.
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  • Wednesday, 07 September 2016
    We are often asked if Badgers Kill domestic cats.In recent research by ourselves we have concluded that urban Badgers and cats have a healthy respect for each other and indeed in some circumstances will actively seek each others company.This is not to say that Badgers are not opportunist and a...
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  • Monday, 15 August 2016
    Six weeks.Natural England are currently running on a six week time scale for all new badger applications. our advice is to submit your license early to avoid delays.Please remember all Badger works must be completed by the 30th November.Should you require any advice or further information please do not hesitate to call - 08009101897
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  • Monday, 25 July 2016
    Get "Rid" Of Badgers From My Garden ...People often discuss how to get "rid" of badgers, not realising that this is not as easy at it sounds!
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  • Monday, 18 July 2016
    Badgers in your garden are more common than you may think.As night time approaches badgers will routinely visit many places including domestic gardens. neatly trimmed lawns and flower beds are ideal foraging habitat.The badgers diet includes earth worms and indeed make up 50% of his daily needs.
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