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The Dark Side Of Conservation

In 1872 the world’s first national park was established in the USA in the form of Yellowstone National Park. The product of years of work by conservationist John Muir, the founder of the...

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Badger Cull....
Picture shows how rifle marksmen will be aiming at a badger heart and lung shot for an instant kill as recommended by D.E.F.R.A.
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Is There An End In Sight To Badger Culling?

David Cameron’s Conservative Government was never particularly green-minded and would often have environmentalists decrying his parties announcements. Probably the most controversial decision they took was the introduction of badger culling in 2013 to...

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Brexit: Why I’m Voting To Stay

Did you know there’s a referendum coming up? Of course you do, there isn’t a day when we aren’t fed a supposed “scare story” in the media. Whether its house prices, employment levels...

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Harbour Porpoise by Nicola Hodgins

Harbour Porpoises Starving To Death

Harbour porpoises are one of the most commonly sighted marine mammals around the UK; unfortunately it is also one of the most commonly stranded as well. A figure which has been steadily rising...

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Americas Robot Wildlife Officials

  Poaching is a global threat to the world’s animals. It unfortunately isn’t limited to the images we see of butchered elephants and rhinos or the exotic animals taken for the illicit black...

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