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Wildlife Crime is everywhere, but so are we!

For far too long, WildlifeCriminals have gotten away with illegally killing or illegally disturbing our wildlife in plain sight, without any real fear of being caught. This is for two reasons...


What is Wildlife Crime?

Wildlife Crime is ANY action that contravenes wildlife protection legislation - including and not limited to the Persecution of or Harm of any species of Bird of Prey including: Poisoning, Shooting, Trapping, Theft of chicks & the Disturbance of their nests & nest building, trading of eggs, and in Scotland Obstructing & or Preventing a wild bird from using its nest. Find out more in the full article


Website Updates May - June 2014

We’re always looking to provide further wildlife information and features on, but this can make things


Ltl Acorn 5210A 12MP Trail Camera


Covert 940nm Infrared

A budget buy 12mp Trail Camera for capturing wildlife images remotely


Evo 1000w 48v electric Scooter

I know what you’re thinking, why on earth are they testing an electric scooter… well I can totally understand where you’re coming from if you have


Red Kites– Things you might not know

These magnificent Birds of Prey have had a long troubled existence around Man, and have recently been pushed back into the news with horror stories from the Scottish Highlands of large numbers of the birds being poisoned, pushing them back to the brink, but just how much do you know about them?  


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