Dante’s Inferno, Saddleworth Moor set ablaze: Help us ban driven grouse shooting.

Dante’s Inferno Saddleworth Moor ablaze. Do these images represent intensive habitat management?

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Ban driven grouse shooting Grouse shooting for ‘sport’ depends on intensive habitat […]

New paper vindicates VCF methods – release of captive-bred bearded vultures the best method to restore populations

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