Wildlife Crime

Conservative Government in denial as the Badger Army gears up for a busy year.

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The Badger Army is a growing group of volunteers from all over the UK that have come together in protest against the Conservative Government’s badger cull. Over the past two years the campaigners have organised 31 protest marches, surveyed for

Rhino Dog Squad – Meet the rhinos’ new best friends

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Made up of handler and dog teams, the Rhino Dog Squad plays a vital role in protecting rhinos across four wildlife conservancies in Kenya; Ol Jogi, Ol Pejeta, Lewa and Borana Conservancies. (Scoll down for film) The two breeds used

New film released about the 2014 bird of prey mass poisoning on the Black Isle in Scotland

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(Scroll down for film) In 2014, 22 birds of prey including 16 red kites were found dead in one small area of the Black Isle in the north of Scotland. It was the largest number of raptors suspected of being

RSPB Press Release: RSPB Scotland appeal after rare raptor shot dead in south-west

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RSPB Scotland have today issued an appeal for information after post mortem results confirmed that a hen harrier found dead on a grouse moor in south-west Scotland in late April had been illegally shot. The young female harrier, named “Annie”

Skydancer – What Next for Hen Harriers? Asks the RSPB.

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RSPB have launched a new film as part of their award winning Skydancer project which aims to raise awareness and promote the conservation of hen harriers in the north of England. The film was made for the RSPB by the Haltwhistle Film Project and highlights some of the

Birders Against Wildlife Crime set their sights on wildlife criminals.

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It is said that the United Kingdom is a nation of wildlife lovers.  It should then, come as no surprise that a new voluntary group is raising concerns about the lack of progress to eradicate wildlife crime in the UK