This colour is discontinued. Contact us for one-off bulk prices
These tiny plastic pellets can be mixed with a suitable food mixture such as peanuts and syrup and placed near the set for the Badgers to feed on. These are supplied in plastic buckets with resealable lids. Supplied in a 1kg handy plastic tub.
This colour has now been discontinued and our stock is available at a discounted rate.
These tiny plastic pellets can be mixed with a suitable food mixture such as peanuts and syrup and placed near the set for the Badgers to feed on. These are supplied in plastic buckets with resealable lids. We aim to stock 10 different colours, although this will include distinct shades of the same colour. Colours listed are correct at time of print, but may change due to availability through the season. Supplied in 1kg tubs.
The purpose of bait marking surveys is to establish territory size and boundaries of badger clans. Badgers (Meles meles) use latrines at the edge of their territories to demarcate their home range. A detailed survey is carried out to locate all setts and well used latrines and dung pits within the area of interest. Each sett is assigned a different colour. Bait (peanuts and syrup mix) containing indigestible coloured marker pellets (with relevant colour assigned to each sett), is placed outside each sett entrance. Through recording the location of different coloured pellets found in dung pits, it’s possible to determine territory boundaries and which setts are used by which social group.
The best time for undertaking badger surveys is February to April, coinciding with a peak in territorial activity and a period when vegetation cover is at a minimum, which enhances the probability of detection of field signs. A secondary but less obvious peak occurs in October. Surveys can be undertaken outside these favourable periods but field signs will be both less abundant and harder to spot.
We aim for next working day delivery on all UK mainland orders received before 3.00pm. Where products need to be made to order or are not a regular stock item, or during busy times of year, despatch times may be longer.
If your order is urgent please call us on 01451 833 181. There is usually an additional charge for timed delivery.
We will always use a reputable courier company and require a signature on delivery. Smaller items are usually shipped using Royal Mail or DPD, and larger items are sent using TNT or Tuffnells. Palletised deliveries are with Pallex.
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We can deliver to anywhere in the world, but you may need to contact us for a quote.
If your order doesn’t qualify for free shipping then UK mainland delivery starts at £6.67 ex VAT, while Highlands and Islands delivery starts at £12.50. You can calculate shipping costs using the basket.
If you receive damaged items or the wrong goods, please let us know straight away so that we can arrange for them to be returned to us and replaced as quickly as possible.
You will need to obtain a Returns Number - please call us on 01451 833181 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please return goods, WITH THE RETURNS NUMBER MARKED ON THE PARCEL to: Wildcare, Eastgate House, Moreton Road, Longborough, GL56 0QJ
We may ask for a photograph any damaged items before we agree to replace them.