Campaign | Snaring | League Against Cruel Sports

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Commonly used by gamekeepers to catch foxes, rabbits and stoats, snares are thin wire nooses set to trap wild animals perceived to be a pest or threat. The indiscriminate nature of snares means that it is not possible to control which animals are caught.

As a result, livestock and domestic pets often fall victim to snares and many protected mammals such as badgers and otters have suffered terrible injuries or been killed by snares. Please visit the League Against Cruel Sports page to send a message to your local councillor asking them to adopt a policy against snaring on any council land. 



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