Wildlife and Countryside Act

Accusations and allegations

Being accused of illegally killing a bird of prey can have a huge effect on a keeper’s career; Richard Atkins advises on what to do

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Posted in Countryside Law, Features

Wildlife law reform

In August 2011, the Law Commission launched a large-scale consultation on current wildlife law in England and Wales to ensure that it is in line with our obligations as an EU member. Surprisingly, the initiative and accompanying document didn’t get

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Posted in Viewpoint

Quarry Comeback

Editor Peter Carr says we should campaign for the return of certain quarry species and support all of our shooting organisation’s fact finding initiatives. Let’s lobby for the return of some of our long lost quarry species. Offence is often

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Posted in News
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