Does anyone recognise this individual?

Post from Raptor Rersecution Scotland Does anyone recognise this individual? We’d like to know his name. We’d also like to know whether he holds shotgun and firearms certificates. If you think you know who he is, and/or if you know whether he has shotgun and firearms certs, please either comment on the blog (no comments …

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WTF? – Hen harrier chicks to be reared in captivity to placate grouse moor owners

6th June Hen harrier chicks will be removed from their parents and reared in captivity this summer in a controversial “brood management” scheme to placate grouse moor owners. Removing young hen harriers from nests on grouse moors is designed to prevent concentrations of the bird of prey on grouse shooting estates. Stopping hen harriers from …

Gamekeeper accused of shooting rare birds, badgers and otter

27th may 2019 A GAMEKEEPER has been accused of 12 wildlife offences at Jedburgh Sheriff Court. Alan Wilson is charged with shooting two goshwaks, four buzzards, a peregrine falcon, three badgers and an otter at Henlaw Wood, Longformacus. between March 2016, and May 2017. The 60-year-old also faces charges of using a snare likely to …

Convicted Gamekeepers

Cliffard Larter, a gamekeeper, found guilty of assault on a Notts sab and causing ABH. The sab's nose was broken and more serious injury was only prevented by the intervention of two other saboteurs. Fined £200 and £75 costs. Gamekeeper Antonio Cussato (35) of Herbert Avenue, Ellesmere Port, Cheshire was found guilty on 19/6/96 by Wrexham magistrates …

Windsor ‘wildlife massacre’: 7,000 animals killed in just ONE year on the royal estate – Mirror Online

Feb 23, 2014 17:28 Figures show that the Crown Estate's 'vermin control' methods wiped out 1,161 rabbits, 118 parakeets, 28 hares and nine moles An animal welfare campaign group has slammed a 'Windsor wildlife massacre' after figures showed more than 7,000 animals were killed on the royal estate in just a single year. The staggering …

Norfolk: Gamekeeper denies killing protected wild birds

A gamekeeper has denied killing protected wild birds on a country estate in North Norfolk. Allen Lambert, who is 64 arrived at King's Lynn Magistrates this morning. He denied charges of killing wild birds and keeping chemicals to harm them. It's alleged the offences took place on the Stody Estate near Melton Constable between January …

Gamekeeper fined for Shropshire bird of prey trap

  A part-time gamekeeper has been ordered to pay more than £500 by a court – after admitting setting an illegal trap in Shropshire designed to harm birds of prey.   Wayne Edward Priday, of Leintwardine, was caught after investigating officers from charity the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds visited a pheasant release …