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A study published out of the University of York. It notes 'relationship between resource availability and abundance patterns is likely to have important consequences for the conservation and management of badgers and other species that show flexible spatial organization' something I found interesting to look at when put in the context of development. https://pure.york.ac.uk/portal/en/publications/spatial-organization-and-behaviour-of-badgers-meles-meles-in-a-moderatedensity-population(f8cd01a1-22ab-4654-9e0f-be0a4d3a4399).html