Catch up with Badger's nature adventures here every week.
Well done to everyone who has signed our Petition Fish so far - you're doing your bit to help save our seas! I've been getting all my badger friends to sign it too (although some of them need a bit of help typing their name on the keyboard).
And to all you sunflower growers out there - don't forget to send in your entries for your chance to win a bird feeding kit. You just need to take a picture of yourself next to your sunflower and send it in with its measurements to email@example.com
I've got a new friend to introduce you all to! His name is Bernard the Gurnard and he's a fish. I've been following him on Twitter and Facebook because he's on a very special mission to protect the UK's seas.
He wants everyone to sign a scale on a petition fish to show their support for Marine Protected Areas - safe places where fish and other marine animals can live and grow.
You can find out more about Bernard and his quest on The Wildlife Trust website. Watch the cool video all about him and sign a scale while you're there!
*Scratch scratch scratch*
*Scratchy scratchy scratch*
Much better. These sticky little burr thingies keep getting stuck in my fur! Good thing I've got long claws and sharp teeth to get them out with.
*Nibble nibble scratch*
Eek! I've got a spooky story to tell you!
I was snuffling about outside my sett the other night, minding my own business, when I heard a weird noise in the undergrowth. It was sort of grunty sound with lots of loud sniffing and scurrying going on.
I froze thinking some strange woodland monster was hunting me from the bushes. I couldn't see a thing. Was I about to get eaten?
Just when I'd decided to run away, a couple of small, prickly objects came trotting towards me, arguing the whole way. They didn't even notice me as they hurried past - they were too busy with each other!
It was two hedgehogs making friends (or trying to). They scared me half to death!
It's funny that Ottero found a toad wandering about in a house - I've had a couple hopping down into my sett recently! I wonder if they like the nice dark and earthy tunnels I've dug.
A word of warning for you though. Don't try to eat toads - they go all foamy and they taste awful!
im in Italy ,there is not a animal
hi ,,all, i saw something unusual yesterday at a friend`s where i went for dinner cos it was my birthday. in her garden i saw cowslips out in flower! very early for spring flowers . nice though. mine arent out yet . any one else seen any early spring sightings?
In Britain reptiles are so rare but there are places like Dorset that reptiles are quite common.When we went to Vietnam reptiles are so common.
When we go away on holiday we see lizards they are really small and they hide under rocks. We LOVE them they are cute scared of people.
I have never seen lizards here so rare to find them amazing!
if you see lizards in the uk then you are one of the lucky ones because they are called rare english lizard my cats have caught some before and i rescued it!!!!!!!!!! yippee
Not long a go we had hedgehogs in our garden. We first saw one when my mum was garden, it was curled up sleeping. Next we saw one out of the window at night walking along the grass. They are really nice animals and we are hoping for some more this year. Lets hope we do!!!!!!!
ive seen conkers, my mum me and my two sisters collected lots
Have you seen any animals around lately?
We live in an great area for wildlife!!!!