Winter 2017 volunteer badger survey dates announced for Badgers in the Landscape project in South Lanarkshire
The Badgers in the Landscape project is pleased to announce its schedule of volunteer badger surveys for Winter 2017. Surveys will be taking place at various locations within South Lanarkshire and are open to all members of Scottish Badgers or those who have attended a 'Badgers for Beginners' event with us through the Badgers in the Landscape project.
Dates available include:
Wednesday 18th January, Saturday 21st January, Wednesday 25th January, Saturday 28th January, Wednesday 1st February, Wednesday 8th February, Wednesday 15th February, Saturday 18th February, Wednesday 22nd February, Saturday 25th February, Wednesday 1st March, Wednesday 8th March, Wednesday 15th March, Wednesday 22nd March, Sunday 26th March, Wednesday 29th March.
Our volunteer badger surveys are a fun day out with like-minded people and they contribute greatly to our knowledge of badgers in South Lanarkshire. If you would like to attend please contact the Project Officer, providing your mobile phone number in case we need to contact you about the survey at short notice. We can normally offer a pick-up at a local bus or train station and reasonable travel expenses can be reimbursed.
We hope you can join us on a survey!
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