Foxes use 28 different vocal calls to communicate, and often form a pair that lasts for life. Foxes wag their tails to greet family members - just like dogs. More fox facts here! Read more
Hares live above ground in nests, not underground like rabbits. They can reach speeds of up to 56km per hour, but that didn't stop one losing a race to a tortoise... More fun hare facts here! Read more
Did you know pheasants can reach 89cm in length? And partridges don't live in pear trees? Find out more here! Read more
There are 217 registered breeds of dogs - the most widely abundant omnivore on the planet. A dog's sense of smell is 40 times as sensitive as humans. More fun dog facts here! Read more
A BBC investigation, initiated by our two-year inquiry, has exposed an international network which breeds, sells and transports dogs to take part in dog fights around the world, including the UK.
Up to 10,000 foxes are killed every year in the name of ‘cub hunting’.
These heinous crimes must not go unpunished.
Find out how you can help protect our cubs.
Discover all the ways you can help animals persecuted in the name of sport
The League owns wildlife sanctuaries in Somerset and Devon, where animals can live free from persecution
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Hunting was banned in England and Wales in 2004, but the law has never been properly enforced, and attempts to weaken or repeal it continue. The hunting law in Scotland is weak, and hunting is still legal in Northern Ireland. Read more
Dog fighting as a ‘sport’ was banned in 1835, as even then it was considered barbaric. But this horrific form of dog abuse continues.
It's time to take a stand against dog fighting. Read more
100,000 birds are shot every day in the UK during the shooting season. Commercial shooting in the UK is a cynical industry which exploits loopholes in animal welfare laws, puts our landscape at risk and exaggerates any financial benefit to the economy. Read more
Read our latest blog following the recent charges that were brought against Mr Wilson after a League Against Cruel Sports Investigations and Field Research Officer found traps which he suspected were being used to target birds of prey and local wildlife. Read more
A gamekeeper has today (Monday) been sentenced to 225 hours of unpaid work at Jedburgh Sheriff Court after being convicted of nine wildlife offences. Read more
Read the latest blog from our Head of Campaigns, Nick Weston following a busy weekend campaigning in Yorkshire in a bid to call on Yorkshire Water to stop leasing moorland for grouse shoots. Read more
Two League Against Cruel Sports investigators who were brutally attacked while filming a hunt have received almost £50,000 in compensation for the injuries they sustained. Read more