Over the past couple of years I have been on quite a few Badger marches including Oxford, Birmingham, Wincester, Ross 0n Wye, Witney and today Hereford.
The marches are a peaceful way to educated people about Badgers and the badger cull.
I have found everybody to be incredibly friendly, passionate and dedicated to protecting badgers. I have listened to some great speeches and met some interesting people.
The Badger marches are my way of supporting badgers as I am too young to vote and too young to help out on the wounded Badger patrols. It would be easy to think that somebody else will protest, march, educate, help or speak out, but if everyone thought like that nothing would ever get done about things that are wrong.
The Badger cull is the Governments answer to halting the spread of Bovine TB but this is against all scientific evidence and vaccination and other controls would be a better course of action.
Although the cull is over for this year there is every chance it will happen again next year.
Personally Badgers are my favourite animals and I have photographed, filmed and got to know my local badgers very well.
Through my blog, photography, Twitter and Facebook accounts I try to show people how beautiful badgers are as I feel the more people fall in love with Badgers, the more people will want to protect them and see Badgers in this country for years to come.