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Conor O'Gorman

Scottish general licences - have your say by 9 October

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Have your say on Scottish Natural Heritage’s general licences consultation by completing an online survey by 9 October.

What bird species do you think should stay on next year’s general licences?

Are there any bird species that you think should be added to next year’s general licences?

Practitioner evidence is going to be very important in decision making where scientific evidence might be limited.

When completing the online questionnaire please use your field observations and experience as evidence where requested. You do not need to answer all the questions in the survey. Only answer the questions where you feel you can provide a valid reason to back up your answer.

To complete the survey click the following link:
https://www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/2019GL/

THANK YOU!

Many thanks to those that took the time to fill in BASC's Scottish general licences survey. Our response, using data from this survey, will be submitted to the general licences consultation.

For more information on the survey results see:
https://basc.org.uk/blog/generallicenses/gl-scotland/basc-survey-highlights-fundamental-importance-of-general-licences-in-Scotland/

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Shooting? It's done for. England too if the loony left get in. Wales has had it, first step in a tide of relentless restrictions. Scotland, given it's extreme left bias, is sure to follow in those footsteps. There is no counter argument of any substance.

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