Mind where you step

There are signs of badger activity all over the reserve at the moment.

One thing you may want to watch out for are the latrines (toilets) that the badgers use.

These are simply holes in the ground, dug by the badgers, which are filled with a very dark and quite runny poo.

Badger business © Rhian Davies

Not only are these used to keep their living quarters clean, but they also act as markers, indicating the territories of each clan.

Come on one of our badger watches for an up close and personal insight into the life of the badgers on the reserve. Check out our events page for more information or contact us on 01555 665 262 or at fallsofclyde@swt.org.uk.

Rhian – Seasonal Ranger

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