Badger


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Synonyms for Badger

pester

Synonyms for Badger

to trouble persistently from or as if from all sides

to torment with persistent insult or ridicule

Synonyms for Badger

a native or resident of Wisconsin

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persuade through constant efforts

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Vaccination is the way forward, as Wales has wisely decided, and it is shameful that our native badgers are being slaughtered for political expediency.
The organisation said it responded in detail to both of the Government's consultations and put forward viable alternatives to licensing farmers with cattle in TB hotspots to cull badgers.
A 17-year-old boy, who cannot be named for legal reasons, was given a youth rehabilitation order after he was also found guilty of wilfully killing a badger, hunting a mammal with dogs, digging for badgers and interfering with a badger sett.
Nature-lover Richard Fern, who reported the work to Warwickshire Police, said he spent an evening last summer watching badgers emerge from the sett.
The badger is often disabled to stack the odds and will inevitably be killed.
Since 1975, more than 30,000 badgers have been culled in a futile attempt to stop bovine TB disease, which has been increasing steadily since 1986.
The National Federation of Badger Groups has estimated that 200,000 badgers will be culled in experiments all over the country.
Badger Truck Center, established in 1965, is a second-generation, family-owned commercial truck dealership with locations throughout southeastern Wisconsin.
The charity says "badger digging" coupled with "badger baiting", where badgers are forced to fight a long and vicious struggle with specially trained dogs is still occurring.
The badger enthusiast, who declined to be named, said the footage was captured on Sunday, July 19, at about 8.
Badger activity will increase and it is more likely that badgers will be killed on our roads," said the deputy farming minister.
Mrs Evans, said: "As we approach the spring, badger activity will increase and it is more likely that badgers will be killed on our roads.
But don't let the name fool you - the honey badger is anything but sweet.
This money could be better spent on hospitals and a badger vaccination which would cost PS12 for a vaccination of each badger.