'No Badgers in my Wood' is much more controversial than any of the author's earlier books. It takes up the story where 'Badgers at my Window' left off, and tells how Bill, his hand-reared badger died, and describes his current fascinating work with wild badgers.
In addition to the dilightful creatures his regular readers have come to expect, this book takes a hard and serious look at the dangers that threaten wildlife in this country. Phil Drabble describes a traumatic period during wich, through no fault of his own, there were no badgers in his wood - and he tells of the unconventional means he used to fight back.
'No Badgers in my Wood' is delightfully illustrated throughout with chalk drawings by Eileen Soper.