Hunting

Find more information on different types of hunting, and what we are doing to help stop it for good.

Fox hunting

Fox hunting is illegal in England, Scotland and Wales, but evidence suggests that hunts are regularly breaking the law.

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Deer hunting

The animal is cruelly chased to exhaustion over long distances, until it is eventually put out of its misery and shot.

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Trail hunting

‘Trail’ hunting was created to mimic traditional fox hunting with dogs.

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Cub hunting

Fox cub hunting, also known as cubbing or in hunt circles, Autumn hunting - remains a dirty secret of the hunting world.

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Terrier work

Terrier work sees terriers introduced to a hole in the ground to flush out or force a wild animal to escape, or to dig it out and kill it.

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Mink hunting

Minks should not be subjected to the cruelty of hunting.

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Trophy hunting

Trophy hunting is the stalking and killing of wild animals with the purpose of obtaining part of the animal as a trophy.

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Hare hunting and Hare coursing

Hares are hunted with packs of harriers, beagles or bassets, typically followed by the hunt on foot.

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National Trust

This October, National Trust members can vote in favour of banning ‘trail’ hunting and other hunting related activities on trust land.

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