Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust are aghast that more than 70,000 healthy badgers will be shot this autumn in the government’s largest ever seasonal cull.
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Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust is horrified at the possibility of the county being included in this year’s badger cull.
The UK Government is due to make an announcement of new areas for badger culling this September. We are concerned about the possibility of Nottinghamshire and parts of Leicestershire where we work…
Wildlife Trust’s efforts to limit the spread of bovine Tuberculosis (bTB) in Vale of Belvoir seriously undermined by muddled policy
Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust, has today outlined its frustration that muddled government policy is seriously undermining its efforts to work with farmers to limit the impact of bTB.
Wildlife Trust calls for clarity as badger cull licence application threatens to undermine local badger vaccination scheme
Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust, which has been delivering a badger vaccination project on the South Nottinghamshire/Leicestershire border since 2015, part funded by the government, has today…
The Wildlife Trusts delighted that vaccination gets priority in the fight against bovine tuberculosis
Cattle vaccine must be a priority for Government in fight to combat Bovine Tuberculosis says Wildlife Trust
Following the announcement that badger culling is to be extended to 11 new areas, Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust has today called on the Government to prioritise the development of a cattle…
Whilst welcoming the review’s recommendations for a changed emphasis in the government’s strategy for eradicating bovine tuberculosis (bTB), The Wildlife Trusts are extremely concerned that it…
The Wildlife Trusts call on government: invest in medicine not marksmen
Vital Vale of Belvoir Badger Vaccination programme gets green light to continue – just as government announces expansion of badger cull