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Sunday Bloody Sunday

Early this spring, we added about a half dozen leghorn chickens to our flock.

Of these, only one turned out to be a rooster.  And he is a beauty–pure white with bright red comb and wattle–really, he looks exactly like Foghorn Leghorn. 478 more words

Return of the reds

In a long and often disappointing story for UK conservation, finally some good news. In the north of England, the red is on the rise. 781 more words

Biodiversity Conservation

Grey Dangers

Dear World,

Here is some food for thought:

They are culling grey squirrels in the U.K.: http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-30241900

In translation, this means:

1. A chap with excellent aim can stand on the ground and shoot and hit a squirrel in a tree. 178 more words

Have National Parks Got The Big Guns

On the 10th August 2009, SOS-NEWS received a letter from a person wishing to be known as “Boo Boo” who had read one of our stories on the shooting of Brumbies at Thredbo with high powered rifles.  493 more words

Brumby Slaughter

Colombia has a Hippo Problem

Colombian vets begin Escobar hippo sterilisations

Vets in Colombia have started sterilising hippos descended from animals shipped to a private zoo set up by the infamous drug baron Pablo Escobar. 210 more words

Stories

The Culling Of A Duck

No witty titles here, I didn’t want anyone to meander onto the blog and now know what this post was about.  There are no pictures except for the finished product.   1,339 more words

Why it's important to eat Game meat

Hey there, it’s been a while hasn’t it?

My blog today is not intended to have shock value (I promise!) but to share a little something controversial: eating Game meat. 438 more words

College