The NASC’s Petition to ban the snaring of wildlife for use in the fur trade is to be considered by the Petitions Committee of the Welsh
Duke of Norfolk threatens NASC campaigner who took this footage, with High Court action unless an undertaking is given not to trespass on his Sussex
THE RSPCA has rescued a fox after it was caught in a snare in Teesdale. RSPCA Inspector Clare Wilson and an animal collection officer freed
In July, 2019 we investigated a badger that was snared and shot in the South Downs National Park at Winslade, Hampshire. Police interviewed a gamekeeper
Duke of Norfolk
The Duke of Norfolk is one of England’s largest landowners. His ancestral seat is Arundel Castle, Sussex where he heavily snares on the Norfolk Estate farms to prevent predation of wild game birds. He also has a home and shooting estate at Carlton Towers, Yorkshire – also littered with snares.
Here for the first time, we have captured a dog and a hare as they are caught in snares. Deer, badgers are also victims of indiscriminate snaring.
Fenn type traps to be banned by 2020
The Agreement on International Humane Trapping Standards (AIHTS) is an attempt to enforce an international standard on humaneness for traps relating to fur bearing mammals. Regardless of leaving the EU, the UK government has still agreed to implement.