Thanks. Seems like before I got into photography I was able to get very close above ground. Now that I have good equipment it seems they go down a hole and I can only see them a couple feet down the hole. I will keep trying.That is a stellar picture! I would love to watch them in the wild someday.
Had one in the bottom pasture hunting and digging up gophers, big holes worse than prairie dogs a little problematic with some high priced horses in that pasture we tried to trap him to move him, but he was too smart for a live trap. Saw him a few times, cool character right up with wolverines.Badgers are cool animals. I have never seen one in the wild, only on video or in photos, etc. I would like to though. I'm wondering who here has experience with badgers, as I'd like to know more about any of you who hunt or trap or just enjoy looking at them.
Anyone hunt or trap these angry little guys? Any good badger tales? Recipes? Grip and grins of Boone and Crockett badgers?
I guess this can be the badger thread. All of the above welcome here.
I've only seen one in the wild. Ran into it pronghorn hunting in southern Wyoming. Some think nothing lives in the sagebrush sea. Alas, we know this not to be the case.