Good News for birds in Northern Ireland

Killing of several bird species in Northern Ireland is unlawful as of 10th Sept. 2021.   Wild Justice has challenged the legality of the General Licence in Northern Ireland, and…

Half the trees in two new English woodlands planted by jays, study finds

Yet gamekeepers still trap them by exploiting a general licence GL 40 on the ironic grounds of “protecting endangered woodland birds!”     https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2021/jun/16/half-the-trees-in-two-new-english-woodlands-planted-by-jays-study-finds

Corvid Trap Abuse Film

A video by Against Corvids Traps - Abuse of corvids under Natural England's General Licence, where no one applies for a licence and so the law can never be enforced…

NRW’s General Licence GL004

We need your help to clarify the conditions under which it is lawful to kill  Carrion Crows, Magpies, Jackdaws and Jays in Wales under the existing, live, general licence GL004.…

Killing magpies does not affect song bird population

Why songbirds might be affected by magpies Most British members of the crow family (including magpies) will take eggs and nestlings. This can be upsetting to witness but it is…

Wild Justice legal Challenge in Wales:

Earlier this morning, His Honour Justice Harman handed down his judgment on Wild Justice's judicial review of Natural Resources Wales's general licences. His judgment further limits the casual killing of…

WILD JUSTICE UPDATE ON GENERAL LICENCE Nov. 2020

Things have certainly moved on thanks to the pebble we threw into this particular pool and the ripples have probably not stopped spreading yet. All should now stop talking about…