Stop grouse, hen harrier killing in Britain, petition


This video from Britain says about itself:

Chris Packham: Hen Harrier day 2015

9 August 2015

Chris Packham with a passionate speech about hen harrier persecution and wider environmental issues

From the United Kingdom government and parliament petition site:

Petition Ban driven grouse shooting

Grouse shooting for ‘sport’ depends on intensive habitat management which damages protected wildlife sites, increases water pollution, increases flood risk, increases greenhouse gas emissions and too often leads to the illegal killing of protected wildlife such as Hen Harriers.

More details here.

You can sign this petition here.

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