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The Three Musketeers go Hare Coursing – an excerpt from ‘A Lone Furrow’

Growing up with dubious parental supervision and guidance in the last decade of twentieth century Tayside, young d’Artagnan dreams of becoming a hare courser. With hopes for excitement and adventure in his heart, he sets out to join the elite … Continue reading

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The scourge of hare coursing

I was working three days at the National Wildlife Crime Unit last week, and gave two talks on wildlife crime and the police role; one to the Crieff Probus Club and the other to the Central Scotland branch of the … Continue reading

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