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Prof Timothy J. Roper has been studying aspects of badger social and territorial behaviour for over twenty years. He has worked on projects in the UK (Sussex and Gloucestershire), Luxembourg and Belgium. He has been a Specialist Scientific Advisor to the House of Commons Agriculture Select Committee and contributed to a report by the Government Chief Scientific Advisor on bovine tuberculosis in badgers and cattle in 2007. Apart from trying to get his three young children interested in nature, music and books, his main avocations are food, wine, opera and American literature.
About as complete a review of the natural history of the badger as you can find. I also found it was written in a style that could be followed by a reasonably informed amateur. Read morePublished 3 months ago by J C
This is a real reference in the world of Badgers' knowledge!
Well written, good explanations and easily readable. Read more
This is a book that contains everything one would ever need to know about badgers. It is highly interesting and full of factual information. Read morePublished on 2 Nov. 2011 by Phil