Are there badgers in Wisconsin?
Of course not. Wisconsin is cause The Badger State because there are no badgers whatsoever in the state.yes there are , the 1st person who answered was wrong , then why would it be called the badger state then ?
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The first year the Badgers played football was 1889. They played two games that season and lost both.
back in the 1800s, miners dug tunnels into hillsides as they searched for lead and then lived in them during the winter months to keep warm. This reminded people of badgers an…d Wisconsin became known as the badger state.
because miners dug holes to sleep in like badgers.
The official colors of the Wisconsin Badgers are cardinal and white.
The miners got called the badger state cause they dug holes in our earth just like badgers.
While it is legal to keep these nasty creatures as pets in the United States, it is not a good idea. They are nasty creatures that would just as soon rip your hand off as let …you feed it. For the record, I have never seen a badger in Wisconsin.
beacuse the sea bear dig like a badger
Bo Ryan, he's in his 9th season with the badgers. The badgers have only lost 11 out of 165 games at the Kohl Center with him as the coach. He is the second longest tenured hea…d coach in the big ten.
I would venture to say that there are Badgers in Wisconsin. A small animal also referred to as a Wolverine.
An American Badger
The Big Ten
The people who live in Wisconsin are called badgers because Wisconsin is the badger state.
The American football-playing branch of the Wisconsin Badgers collegiate team play at the Camp Randall Stadium, in Madison, Wisconsin.