Malta: Personalities call on public to ‘shout’ and get spring hunting banned

Musicians, TV personalties and journalists all unite under the SHOUT banner, encouraging the Maltese public to vote “No” and abolish spring hunting for ever.

Shout ambassadors and supporters gather outside the launch. Photo: Ray Attard

Activists’ Shout campaign launch • Video by Ray Attard […]

Concerning implications of case involving jailing of gamekeeper by Drew Allan Feature Writer & Columnist

George Mutch the disgraced Gamekeeper sent to prison this week for committing serious wildlife crimes.

More interesting comments regarding George Mutch’s prison sentence handed down this week by a Scottish Sheriff have been published by the HeraldScotland today. These comments, like the one at the end of this article, make […]

Grouse-shooting and the future of hen harriers

Stephen Murphy Natural England holding a satellite tagged Hen Harrier

Follow the attached link which takes you to a number of interesting Hen Harrier comment sent in by a variety of individuals, including Adrian Blackmore Director of shooting, Countryside Alliances published yesterday Friday 16 January. Take the time to add […]

America: Save a Bald Eagle but face Jail time for doing so!

An Illinois wildlife photographer is on trial for rescuing injured birds in a case that will decide just how far citizens can go to help protected wildlife.

This male eagle was released back into the Illinois wild on Jan. 1 after 18 months of care at Flint Creek Wildlife Rehabilitation. (Photo: Sue Wren)

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Horus the Peregrine – Childrens Book Review by Ewan Miles

The latest children’s book in the ‘Chick Book’ series is out this winter (Dec 2014) and is named Horus the Peregrine Falcon, which follows the story of a newly fledged peregrine surviving in the city of London. The name Horus comes from a highly worshipped falcon god in Egypt 5000 years ago, with worshipping […]