Trust writes to Scotland’s fox hunts

The Trust has written to the fox hunts operating in Scotland to make it clear that we do not give them permission to access our wildlife reserves.

Roslin Glen
Roslin Glen Wildlife Reserve © Scottish Wildlife Trust

Wildlife reserves are not appropriate places for this activity, not least due to the amount of disturbance that large groups of dogs and horse riders can create. This disturbance affects both native wildlife and the people who visit our reserves to experience nature.

Anyone who witnesses a suspected wildlife crime on our reserves, or anywhere in Scotland, should contact Police Scotland as quickly as possible.

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The Trust has written to the fox hunts operating in Scotland to make it clear that we do not give them permission to access our wildlife reserves. Wildlife reserves are …

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