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Digital Subscriptions > Arran Banner > 4th February 2017 > Golf course is a new target for badger pests

Golf course is a new target for badger pests

‘The problem is the badgers do not have any natural predators on Arran and that there are no controls to limit their numbers’

The badgers who are causing widespread damage at Lamlash Cemetery have found their way onto the neighbouring golf course.

Already signs of badgers tearing up the turf on two holes of Lamlash Golf Course has had to be repaired. Now a nocturnal monitoring system has been put in place to keep track of where the badgers are coming from, their nocturnal habits and their population numbers.

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