- Raptors being shot and poisoned in large numbers.
Scotroutes – I thought it was Roseanna Cunningham who had the brief?
Can everyone please email or write to Sturgeon and Cunningham to protest.
CabSecECCLR@gov.scotPosted 1 week ago
Fergus Ewing is the Cabinet Secretary for the Rural Economy. Roseanna Cunningham covers Environment, Climate Change and Land Reform. I suspect this falls mostly into the former, though there are obvious overlaps.Posted 1 week ago
Sturgeon and Cunningham ( who is environment) as well as Ewing emailed and Ewing I also tweeted tagging himPosted 1 week ago
Now they should know the rough area which where poison has been laid, from the dogwalking route. Police need to get stuck in.
Nidderdale has been something of a hotspot for this kind of ****.Posted 2 days ago
Until grouse shooting stops this appalling crime will continue. The Government need to ban it and offer some financial incentives to the landowners of the grouse moors for diversification. They could have clay pigeon shooting, holiday lets etc instead.Its not just raptors that suffer, its loads of different wildlife that get murdered by gamekeepers.Posted 2 days ago
Also its unbelievable the cost of grouse shooting, some people pay £5K to £20K for the day.So the landowners are raking it in and obviously reluctant to see changes.
And that tosspot Ian Botham is now a Lord. He’s got a despicable record as an apologist for the worst of the shooting industry.
The scottish government is looking at controls on killing mountain hares. However rtather than putting controls in in time for this years mass killings they are asking the grouse moors to show restraint! Bunch of diddies!
You just know what will happen – a bigger slaughter than usual to pre empt the clampdownPosted 2 days ago
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