I’d keep an eye out and if you no longer see the badgers then start feeding again ( or of course if you see a hedgehog )
You could try making a feeding station that a badger cannot access/destroy in the meantime
Sorry it’s not helpful. When I had a badger visiting I stopped for several months and physically chased it off every time it came into my garden. It worked in the end but it’s always a worry
Happy bird watching in the meantime
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