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Blogs

The League Against Cruel Sports' blogs are regularly updated so you can keep informed about our campaigns, activities and progress.

  • Summer is in full swing

    froglet
    Posted 25/07/2016 by Paul Tillsley

    The current burst of hot weather in the south west of England has caused an explosion of butterflies on the fields of the League Wildlife Sanctuary.

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  • Snare legislation review in Scotland confirmed

    snare in woods
    Posted 22/07/2016 by Jennifer Dunn

    Scottish Natural Heritage will be carrying out a review of the legislation covering snares in Scotland.

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  • Never a Fair Fight

    bullfight 250
    Posted 19/07/2016 by Eduardo Gonçalves

    The death of matador Victor Barrio in Spain has cast a spotlight on the so called ‘sport’ of bullfighting.

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  • Red Deer calves crèche

    red deer hinds and calfs
    Posted 28/06/2016 by Paul Tillsley

    One of the most endearing sights on Baronsdown at this time of year is the crèche of Red Deer calves.

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  • Summertime has arrived

    small pearlbordered fritillary
    Posted 21/06/2016 by Paul Tillsley

    On our wildlife sanctuaries around Exmoor, the transformation from spring to summer has been really dramatic this year

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  • MPs show their support for ban on cages to rear game birds

    Partridge
    Posted 17/06/2016 by Tom Sheppard

    As the 2015-16 parliamentary session drew to a close, EDM 402 on the use of cages to rear birds for shooting was the 7th most signed that year, with 117 MPs signing it.

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  • In Memory of Jo Cox MP

    Jo Cox MP
    Posted 17/06/2016 by Tom Sheppard

    Jo was a passionate campaigner, a dedicated MP, and a wonderful person. She was also a strong supporter of the League and a voice for defenceless animals.

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  • Opposition to Driven Grouse Shooting Growing

    Red Grouse
    Posted 16/06/2016 by Nick Weston

    The Driven Grouse Shooting Industry must be very worried!

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  • Snares – a rehabilitator’s view

    © Vale Wildlife Rescue
    Posted 14/06/2016 by Caroline Gould - founder of Vale Wildlife Hospital and Rehabilitation Centre,Gloucestershire Caroline Gould has been working in wildlife rescue for 30 years, dealing with thousands of sick and injured wild animals every year and by far the most horrendous injuries that she has had to deal with have been those inflicted by snares.
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  • Positive outlook in Scotland

    Hunting in Scotland
    Posted 03/06/2016 by Jennifer Dunn

    The League is very pleased to see the prevention of wildlife crime as being a key priority in Scotland

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