Badger Survey

Undertaken in much the same manner as bats and GCN surveys. A three stage process establishes presence, population and mitigation requirements.

Stage 1 involves searching the site for sett’s and evidence of badger use, followed by full surveys if they are found to be required. These full surveys are undertaking using camera traps or sand traps to establish that the sett is ‘in use’ and active.

Mitigation is then designed to avoid doing damage or exclude the badgers from the site and replace their habitat e.g. building a sett for them. This survey is optimal during February to Mayand again in September to November when badgers are most active.

Protected by the badgers act (1992) it is an offence to damage, destory or disturb an occupied badger sett whilst in use.

Cherryfield Ecology uses the latest camera traps to survey for badgers, saving you time and money.

It’s simple to start your Badger Survey…

Our friendly and professional team can answer your questions and provide your quote promptly. Get in touch today for your free, no obligation quote.

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Once you are happy with the quote and are ready to start, simply instruct us and we'll be in touch to arrange a start date.

Receive your report

Once all the relevant data has been collected and your survey written, we will email the professional report to you without delay.

Badger Survey from only £399*

* Costs are plus VAT and based on location and biological records data costs from third parties which varies from county to county – a fixed fee including biological records will be provided in your quote. Staff are fully licenced to undertake this survey type with the statutory body in England (Natural England).