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Metal Badger Gate 300 x 200

Stock Code: GMBG302001

Tornado Badger Gates have been specifically designed to enable badgers to pass freely through fences without causing damage. Badgers tend to be very territorial in nature, often using set routes within their habitat to move from one place to the next.


If a stock or deer fence is put up across a badger run, they will either dig under the fence, or attempt to break through. In both cases this causes damage to the fence and leaves an open passage for other animals. Tornado Badger Gates completely eliminate this problem.


Features

Manufactured from galvanised steel for optimum strength and longevity Quick and easy to install in existing fences Supplied 300mm high x 200mm wide for maximum effectiveness Can be locked to allow one-way access
Hot-dip galvanised after manufacture to BS EN ISO 1461

Advisory

You are responsible for not disturbing badgers and for not interfering with or damaging badgers’ setts or their paths, and for complying with legislation in this regard. Accordingly, any use of badger gates should be undertaken only under the supervision and advice of an ecologist experienced in badger work and, where necessary, appropriate licences should be in place before work commences.”


Sources of information:

Badgers and their setts are protected by the Protection of Badgers Act 1992 (as amended). The legislation is subject to regular amendment and update; you are encouraged to ensure you are aware of the most up-to-date legislation by visiting https://www.scottishbadgers.org.uk


All surveyors involved in badger surveys should be sufficiently competent and experienced. The survey competencies are set out by the Chartered Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management (CIEEM). Visit https://www.cieem.net for further information.


If in any doubt you are advised to contact Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) for further information in relation to species licensing https://www.nature.scot/professional-advice/safeguarding-protected-areas-and-species/licensing/species-licensing-legislation

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