This week on the Varmints! podcast Paul and Donna discuss those feisty burrowing European and American badgers!
But first, the news!
Badgers and coyotes have been frenemies since way before the word “frenemies” existed, bub. This odd couple is actually pretty interesting! Courtesy of fws.gov:
Setts built by badgers are some of the oldest and most interesting animal homes in the world! Courtesy of badgerland.co.uk:
Not much audio or video about badgers for this week’s pop culture segment but there’s so much to read!
The Redwall series of books by Brian Jacques is utterly delightful for young and old alike. The Badger series of comic books are not necessarily for a younger audience but are still fun to look at.
We’ve got everything you ever wanted to know about Wisconsin and badgers and Bucky the mascot in this week’s episode.
And we’ve got (almost) everything you need to know about making baby badgers. Just the really interesting part anyway. Courtesy of worldatlas.com
Now you know a little more about badgers than you did this morning! What do you think of them? We want to hear from you! Send us your suggestions for animals you’d like to hear us talk about, or just drop us a line about anything at email@example.com! We might even read your email on the show.
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