Monthly Archives: November 2017

Masked criminals with firearms – and salmon poaching equipment

There has been much discussion recently about the use of masks by people who, for a variety of reasons, want to conceal their identity. If a person is not breaking – or intending to break – the law why on … Continue reading

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RSPB Birdcrime 2016 Report – a mixed response

A mixed response to the release of RSPB’s Birdcrime 2016 report as was expected. The figures do look a bit better in 2016 with (only!) 81 confirmed raptor persecutions but game management can’t boast an improvement until these figures have … Continue reading

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