Here’s why grouse shooting is bad for the Scottish countryside – Robbie Marsland

Problems of social justice and animal welfare trump any number of positives about grouse shooting, writes Robbie Marsland.
Best estimates suggest that almost 20 per cent of Scotland is a grouse moor. In recent years, these moors have come under increasing scrutiny.
The scale of wildlife crime, most notably the killing of eagles and hen harriers, has led a concerned Scottish Government to set up the Werrity Commission to review the activities on grouse moors and how this interacts with the environment and local communities.
The Commission’s brief is wider than raptor persecution and covers... read more

 
15 March 2019 in Environment, Views: 35
Source: Scotsman
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