Report a Badger Dead on the Road or a Badger Incident
To report a dead badger sighting please complete our dead badger sighting form.
Report a Badger Sett
To report a badger sett please complete our report a badger sett form.
Report a Crime
Contact us at E: email@example.com
Tel: 07866 844 232
Office hours Mon-Fri 10am to 4.30pm. Please leave a voicemail if you're unable to get through to anyone.
Report Cruelty to Badgers
Police Scotland: on 101 for non urgent matters or 999 where a crime is ongoing.
If you cannot get the police then phone SSPCA Animal Helpline 03000 999 999 and ask for Special Investigations Unit. All calls are treated in strictest confidence.
Crimestoppers: If you prefer you can call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
Please also let us know so we can follow up the incident.
Contact Local Groups
Contact the local SB Branch for your area.
Data Search for Consultants
Desk Study Service for Data Searches
For nearly twenty years Scottish Badgers has been collating badger records and we currently hold over 15,000 records of road kills and nearly 10,000 other records relating to setts and live sightings from around Scotland. Although this information is highly sensitive and therefore is not widely disseminated, we do provide a data search service where, after vetting, this information can be passed on to interested parties who have an appropriate need to know about the presence of badgers in a particular area.
Applicants should be aware that there is a basic £100 administration fee chargeable whether data is found or not. This would cover a search of a single national grid square plus a 1 kilometre buffer around that square. A search with a 2 kilometre buffer would be £200 and one with a 3 kilometre buffer £300. We can carry out larger data searches and are happy to quote a fee for doing so on a case by case basis.
For further details or to request a search contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Requests for Speakers
Scottish Badgers can provide speakers for various events. To contact us to discuss this please email email@example.com with your location and subject ideas.
Check if Someone is a Registered Badger Worker
We maintain a "live" register of Level 1 and Level 2 Qualified Badger Workers. If you wish to check the register to ensure that an individual is listed on it please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.