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Re: [BedsBirds] Badger Road Casualties

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  • Mick McCarrick
    Hi John Unfortunately its that time of year again and Bedfordshire experiences just a fraction of the number of badgers killed on the road. Mick ... From:
    Message 1 of 4 , Mar 1, 2006
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      Hi John

      Unfortunately its that time of year again and Bedfordshire experiences just
      a fraction of the number of badgers killed on the road.

      Mick


      ----- Original Message -----
      From: "John Pitts" <john@...>
      To: "Mick McCarrick" <mick.mccarrick@...>;
      <bnhs_news_group@yahoogroups.com>; <bedsbirds@yahoogroups.com>
      Sent: Tuesday, February 28, 2006 5:39 PM
      Subject: RE: [BedsBirds] Badger Road Casualties


      > Hi Mick
      > I went to High Wycombe on Saturday and sadly saw 4 badgers dead on the
      > highway at various places but none in Beds. At one place, on the old Tring
      > to Aylesbury A41, there were two bodies within 30 feet or so.
      > John P
      >
    • Mick McCarrick
      Two more badger road casualties this morning on the A6 on Wilstead Hill and just before the Wilstead turn. Before these unfortunate victims was a very nasty
      Message 2 of 4 , Nov 18, 2006
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        Two more badger road casualties this morning on the A6 on Wilstead Hill and
        just before the Wilstead turn. Before these unfortunate victims was a very
        nasty looking car crash with the Fire Brigade busy trying to cut out the
        occupants of a over turned car. Rather a grim start to the day.

        Came across a few badger latrines at Keysoe later in the day, so they are
        still pretty active. On a brighter note the golden and autumn browns of the
        turning leaf's was a fantastic sight in the sunshine.

        Mick McCarrick
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