Our two videos of the badger on the school site were taken at 23:21 and 3:12 during the same night (2013.4.30 - 5.1); they seem to show the same animal foraging for food.
The next stage was a 'recce' of the possible locations for badger filming in the woodland of the nature reserve, and several sites seemed promising. For obvious reasons - indeed, establishing a trend - I will not locate the site, but will name it 'site 2'. Site 2 is what we hoped would be a working badger sett, and we were rewarded, on the first night of filming, with the footage below.
The first two videos, taken at 21:03 and 05 on 2013.5.2 (Thurs) show a badger emerging from the burrow of its sett and scratching profusely!
Even more excitingly, this next clip - filmed at 21:06 - shows a glimpse of a youngster in the sett as the adult badger departs. A final video (not published here due to its brevity) showed the badger return at 5:17 on 2013.5.3 (Fri), an absence of approx 8 hours during the night.
[If desired, the other two videos from this same evening can be viewed on the KESWildlife YouTube channel].