Monthly Archives: October 2017

The pleasures (and otherwise) on a walk along a country road

There is a narrow and very quiet country road near where I live and along which I often walk. There is never a time I am on that road that I don’t see something of interest, whether it be deer, … Continue reading

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The first conviction in Scotland for fox hunting – in 2003!

It is great news that there is a public consultation under way in Scotland to look at means of improving the protection of wild mammals. In mid-2017 a stakeholder group was established to develop a new Code of Practice for … Continue reading

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No court case for Hunt Investigation Team covert snaring surveillance

I wrote on 11 July 2017 of incidents filmed on Moscar Estate in Derbyshire by the Hunt Investigation Team. This undercover team had filmed a snare that may have been a locking snare and claimed they saw a badger in … Continue reading

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