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Badger monitoring surveys

UES are currently completing badger monitoring surveys of a site in Barnton, Northwich using remote wildlife cameras.

Remote cameras are ideal for badger monitoring surveys allowing you to set it up onsite and return later to collect your images. Remote cameras can be set to take pictures or videos regularly with the time lapse facility, or when it is triggered by an animal moving into the field of view. Either way, it gives a remarkable insight into the wildlife in the vicinity.

Now is a great time to undertake a badger monitoring survey as cubs start emerging from their sett in April or early May, which gives them all of spring, summer and autumn to feed, grow, and put on sufficient fat reserves to see them through their first winter.

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About UES

United Environmental Services (UES) provide ecological surveys and advice (including protected species licensing), ecological project management, landscaping and habitat creation works and a host of other services. Based in Knutsford, Cheshire, we work f... read more