Endnu et eksempel på at jagten i England er under
vildsomt pres, så SCI opfordrer os til at bede vores medlemmer logge ind på
”undersøgelsen” og svare = de angivne svar i Q1-Q12 nedenfor – se opfordringen fra vores lobbyist i Brussels:
On behalf of Dr. Miguel Estade I am writing you to help UK hunters. A little action is needed from you and your chapter members. Please forward this message to your members and friends.
- FACT: The Welsh government is proposing to regulate the release of gamebirds. We have analyzed and assessed the proposal and consider that this soft language is a starting point for next restrictions if they see that the survey is against us. These public and open surveys always work to restrict and prohibit more and more.
- Checked: Yes, SCI has contacted BASC. They encourage us to participate in this survey. This will be very helpful for them and UK hunters.
- Others as FACE are already participating.
- TO DO: Answer this survey – KLIK HER
- HELP TO ANSWER : KLIK HER
Q1: Give your name.
Q2: Give your email address (optional).
Q3: Ignore unless you represent an organisation.
Q4: Say no. This is a proposed ban on releasing gamebirds which would shut down game shooting in Wales. Furthermore, government commissioned research on gamebird releasing is ongoing and safeguards are already in place for gamebird releasing on protected sites.
Q5: Say no. A licensing regime is unnecessary and unworkable and can be removed at any time, resulting in an automatic gamebird releasing ban.
Q6: Say no. There is already a strong ethos of self-regulation for gamebird releasing and it is unnecessary to make the GWCT sustainable release guidelines a legal requirement through a licencing regime. GWCT guidelines have been part of the Code of Good Shooting Practice for decades and compliance is high. Furthermore the proposal for red-legged partridge is not fit for purpose as it does not recognise how their release is managed.
Q7: Say no. There is already a strong ethos of self-regulation for gamebird releasing and it is unnecessary to make the GWCT sustainable release guidelines a legal requirement through a licencing regime. GWCT guidelines have been part of the Code of Good Shooting Practice for decades and compliance is high.
Q8: Say no. This would add even more confusion to an already unnecessary and unworkable licensing regime.
Qs 9-12: The last four questions invite views on whether the proposals could in any way affect opportunities for people to use the Welsh language. You can skip these questions if you have no comments to make.
Thanks a lot for your cooperation and for those who celebrate, happy Easter Monday.
SCI Europe liaison