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Abstract: The Badger is at risk in British Columbia due to fragmented and threatened habitat, low reproductive success and high mortality. Badger habitat is limited primarily to the dry, southern interior of the province. The key habitats for Badgers grasslands and open pine or fir forests along the major valleys have been greatly modified by development of towns, rural subdivisions, ranches, orchards, golf courses and highways. Many former habitats, particularly in the Okanagan area, no longer support Badgers. Reservoir flooding in the East Kootenay area has removed Badger habitat. Forest succession and encroachment into grasslands is reducing available habitat in some regions, although some habitat has been created in areas where productive forests have been cleared for agriculture.
 
Blood, Donald A., Newhouse, Nancy; Davis, Helen. 2002. Badger (Revised). Ministry of Water, Land and Air Protection. Species At Risk brochure
 
Topic: Species and Ecosystems at Risk
Keywords: species at risk, sara, badger, threatened, endangered
ISSN:  Scientific Name: Taxidea taxus
ISBN: 0-7726-7702-6 English Name: Badger
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