For those of us who like to go a rambling in the glens - One Kind Scotland produced a very impressive booklet last year about hunting, trapping and wildlife persecution. It tells you exactly what traps are legal and what aren't (with helpful pictures), what can and can't legally be killed and how, and how to report a suspected wildlife crime.
If you are easily upset - fear not - there are no gruesome photos of mangled dead animals and the text is restrained.
So if you've ever come across a strange trap now you can easily check what's going on and if it is legal.
And here I should put in a link to their website but it won't work, just google onekind scotland, click on contact and ask about the booklet.
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