I am sitting on a hill in Gloucestershire with anti badger cull campaigners. It has been all quiet so far, but there are occasional moments of activity when cars come and go below.
Protesters are watching for cars, lights and noises. They then warn their colleagues further down the hill who will try and disrupt the cull.
No sign of, or evidence of, any shooting yet though.
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