Fox Killing in Radcliffe

Message from Manchester Hunt Sabs - 23rd February 2021 Over the past few days we have had numerous reports of lamping happening around Harper Fold in Radcliffe, but we have always been too late to catch them in the act. However last night that all changed. Multiple concerned locals messaged our page with information which …

Brit hunter’s sick boast: Come slaughter animals in South Africa during Covid

EXCLUSIVE: Take Aim Safaris outrage campaigners as defiant hunter lures tourists with boast that magnificent beasts such as lions are "plentiful" and "well rested" during Covid-19 pandemic 14th February 2021 A British trophy-hunting boss is offering deals to shoot ­endangered animals which he boasts are “plentiful” during the Covid ­crisis. Carl Knight, 47, who runs …

Evils bastards

Mallard 'massacre' as 100 ducks shot 'for fun' and left to die along banks of River Hull 5th February 2021 Over one hundred ducks have been brutally "massacred" on an East Yorkshire river, with some left to die among the reeds. Posters have been put up along West Beck near the northern end of the …

Badger cull to be effectively banned in 2022, Environment Secretary announces

It is thought over 100,00 badgers have been killed since 2013 27 January 2021 The badger cull will be effectively banned in 2022, the environment secretary has announced, after years of rows between animal welfare campaigners and farmers. Thousands of badgers are killed each year because they spread bovine tuberculosis to cows, threatening farmers' herds. …

All hunts and shoots shut down in England

Following Boris Johnson’s announcement this evening (4th January 2021), hunts and shoots across Britain will not be permitted to take place, with the English lockdown expected to last until towards the end of the fox hunting season.

Grouse shooting licence move sparks ‘dismay’

26th November 2020 Licensing is to be introduced for Scottish shooting estates in a bid to make them more accountable for practices such as raptor persecution. It comes despite strong opposition from land managers who claim it will make their businesses unprofitable. The Scottish government said it would bring forward legislation in the next parliamentary …