NASC Snare Report: Reality of Code of Practice

Dr James Kirkwood (Chief Executive/Scientific Director of the Universities Federation for Animal Welfare) hang your head in shame! You chaired the Independent Snares Working Group which devised a Code of Practice for DEFRA on snaring. Except you forgot one thing: the ‘Code’ would never be enforced, never checked and is totally worthless. Only a ban on snaring can end this suffering and would mean the police could act on any snare found.

In this NASC special report we can reveal:

This picture of a distressed fox choking on a snare set on a fence line occurred on the morning of 22nd February 2006. The snarer poses with a the dead fox and a hare he has just snared. A dead vixen he has just snared lies in the fence line. The same man also snared the dead fox hanging from a bridge, and the beautiful vixen alive in the snare.

Dr James Kirkwood, you have brought shame on yourself and no wonder the BASC welcomed your Code of Practice with open arms.

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Anyone with information on the man in these photos, please let us know.