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Discussion in 'Indiana Glockers' started by FThorn, Oct 2, 2007.
I had minor vandalism and theft to my car by University of Wisconsin fans at a Purdue game. Perhaps they have also taken to biting small dogs? Darned Badgers!
I have never seen a badger in the wild in Indiana. Perhaps they meant ground hogs? Either that, or they should add wolverines and Big Foot to the dangerous critter list just to be safe...
Badgers are found throughout Indiana. I've seen them occassionally here in Tippecanoe County (Stockwell, West Lafayette, Battle Ground and near Dayton).
I don't doubt that.
But, the east/southeast side of Indy?
Not only are they here, they are not on the endangered list anymore! Of course, I haven't seen a bobcat either...
Glad to hear they are around. Still not expecting a standoff with a badger unless it also is wearing a foam cheese head!
Yes, I would say badgers are on the E/SE side of Indy. I have removed two dead ones from state roads in Hamilton County. One on US31 btween Carmel and Westfield. And one on SR38 just west of Noblesville.
"Badgers? We don't need no steeeenking badgers!"
IPD Brad.....I just don't know what to say?
badger badger badger?
Heck, that was soo 2002
it's now Chicken Chicken Chicken.
By the way, if you know any of these people, you should pummel them.
I was always partial to the llama llama duck song myself...