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June 12th 2017
04:23:54 PM
What is your name?  

Paul Kavanagh

How did you find this Web Site?  

my friend

Where are you from?  

Dundalk

Do you have any comments?  

This is very interesting. What are your views on culling in Ireland ?

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July 1st 2014
01:35:58 PM
What is your name?  

Laura

How did you find this Web Site?  

Through Kildare Animal Foundation

Where are you from?  

Ireland originally, but now based in the UK

Do you have any comments?  

This is a very informative website, thank you for sharing information about badgers. They are such lovely creatures and the culling practice was doomed from the start. Nature, in this case microbiology, always finds a way (and as a microbiologist I know what I\'m talking about).
Such a shame that many of the guests on your page are posting on the guestbook simply to advertise their wares, expecially such daft designer rubbish). Totally off topic and should not be allowed.

   
February 11th 2013
08:48:06 PM
What is your name?  

Bridget

How did you find this Web Site?  

goodle search

Where are you from?  

Co. Limerick

Do you have any comments?  

Yes, The website has much interesting content but the blue on blue colourscheme proves very difficult for many to read.
ALso where are you based? I would love to get involved in this or a similar organisation,
Bridget

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November 1st 2012
11:23:30 PM
What is your name?  

linda

How did you find this Web Site?  

internet search

Where are you from?  

england

Do you have any comments?  

im afraid that badgers here in England are facing a similar fate as yours, except they intend to shoot ours. I was hoping to find some official figures on your site, i am trying to find out if tb in cattle has in fact gone down since culling badgers begun?We are doing all we can here to get this cull stopped perminatly, and any help from you would be appreciated.I have signd your petition, good luck!!

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June 28th 2012
11:14:04 PM
What is your name?  

jim

How did you find this Web Site?  

google

Where are you from?  

offaly,

Do you have any comments?  

i have just read with intrest in the q and a section that scientists do not understand how badgers spread tb to cattle. This is untrue . it happens quiet easly . The infectes badgers develop tb within every organ of their body including the kidneys. they then proceed to mark their range simular to a male dog. this urine marking is full or tb bacteria and is then eaten by cattle when they eat the grass which has been infected and quickly develops into bovine tb . no rocket science there. And that is a scientific fact to whict there is no argument.

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April 24th 2012
02:27:47 PM
What is your name?  

Rachel Lucas

How did you find this Web Site?  

Badger Trust UK

Where are you from?  

Manchester England

Do you have any comments?  

Fantastic site with beautiful photographs


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January 1st 2012
11:27:39 PM
What is your name?  

Cliodhna

How did you find this Web Site?  

Through the Irish Wildlife Trust

Where are you from?  

Dublin

Do you have any comments?  

Just discovered this website and think its a fantastic resource. Great to get so much information on the lovely badger! I get so disheartened when I see them dead on the side of the road and hope that by being part of this organisation I can help to change things.

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September 12th 2011
06:24:19 PM
What is your name?  

sandra sheehy

How did you find this Web Site?  

internet

Where are you from?  

dublin

Do you have any comments?  

I love irish wildlife and sadly not many people know how much abuse has taken its toll on it.
Im shocked at the way tourists are invited from abroad to come here and shoot it.I would love to join a wildlife protection group to give animals a voice.

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May 4th 2010
11:03:53 AM
What is your name?  

Hazel

How did you find this Web Site?  

Irish wildlife trust

Where are you from?  

Dublin

Do you have any comments?  

Hi there.
I'm from Dublin and as I'm a student (I study zoology) and can't get out of Dublin all too often I don't get to experience nature and wildlife as much as I'd like.
I'm a massive nature enthuasiast and I was just wondering if anyone knows a good site in Dublin or nearby that you could commute to and badgerwatch?
Thank you.
Hazel

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April 25th 2010
04:23:29 PM
What is your name?  

Mary O'Donnell

A Description of your Web Site:  

writer's website

How did you find this Web Site?  

I came upon a badger that is either ill or has been struck by a car.

Where are you from?  

Near Straffan, Co. Kildare

Do you have any comments?  

Very interesting site. I love badgers and fear for them the whole time. There is a horrifying but excellent short story by the writer Patrick O'Boyle, called 'Meles Vulgaris', a piece of fiction about a badger-baiting. You read it once and never forget it, but it's brilliant.

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