North American Badger By Paul Cappella & Spenser Cruzoni June 2013
Description • Weighs 37 pounds • 13-31 inches long • Is gray-brown • White striped face • Black legs • White between eyes, black around the eyes • Short tail
Habitat • Underground tunnels called setts • Near forests/woods • Near rivers/ponds • North America • In knotholes in trees
Food chain What a badger eats: Rodents Frogs Snakes Small mammals Worms Insects Larvae Fruit and roots What eats a badger: Humans Coyotes Dogs
Interesting facts:They are omnivores.Groups are called clans.Related to weasels and skunks.