Badger discovers Dutch nature reserve


This video from England is about wild badgers filmed in south Lincolnshire woodland.

Translated from the Dutch Natuurmonumenten conservationists:

04 Feb 2015, 12:16

A badger has been sighted in nature reserve Kampina of Natuurmonumenten! The animal was discovered by a camera trap, which was there for another study. Fortunately shrews researcher Oswald Remery raised the alarm when he saw some strange paws on the footage.

Probably the animal is a male from the area around Boxtel. Natuurmonumenten is taking various steps to connect nature reserves with each other. Animals and plants can move and reproduce more easily that way. The arrival of the badger is a first sign that these connections work.

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