Chris Packham launches legal action against Natural England's bird cull practice

Natural England’s practice of issuing ‘general licences’ to allow the killing of a wide variety of bird species will face a legal challenge from a new wildlife not-for-profit.

by Simon Pickstone
The Eurasian Jay is one of the birds that can be culled under Natural England's general licence. Photograph: Piotr Krześlak/123RF
The Eurasian Jay is one of the birds that can be culled under Natural England's general licence. Photograph: Piotr Krześlak/123RF

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