Woodpigeons and crows can no longer be freely killed in England

24th April 2019 Natural England scraps general licence to kill ‘pest’ birds after launch of legal challenge. “Pest” bird species such as crows, woodpigeons and jays can no longer be freely killed in England after the government’s conservation watchdog revoked the licence permitting it. The move by Natural England came after a challenge to the …

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Vermin Patrol 2001 – Part 4

Bloodsports A huntsman was cleared of assaulting a hunt saboteur who grabbed a fox to protect it from hounds. John Hazeltine (32) of the East Devon Hunt was acquitted at Exeter magistrates court on 20/11/01 of attacking a hunt saboteur during a meeting of the hunt at Crammer Barton, near Cullompton. The saboteur told the court that …

Wounded Badger Patrol Cheshire | Facebook

https://www.facebook.com/wbpcheshire If anyone in Cheshire/North Wales/Derbyshire/Staffs/North West can help with locations of badger setts or can help looking for them please contact them via Twitter: @wbpcheshire or email: wbpcheshire Many thanks North West Hunt Saboteurs Association 07960 038230 http://www.nwhsa.org.uk info@nwhsa.org.uk Blog - https://nwhsa.wordpress.com Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/ManchesterHuntSabs Direct Action Against All Forms of bloodsports

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 …