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The News Stump from Fieldsports Britain, episode 377, with links: Indian villagers capture man-eater Poachers kill white lion Squirrel cyber attacks A Saudi prince flies

Sabs go ‘militia’ at Kent hunt

Sabs go ‘militia’ at Kent hunt

Hunt sabs in balaclavas frightened women and children at the Ashford Valley Tickham Hunt in Kent. Police were called to Hole Park, Rolvenden, after masked

Farmers call for Packham probe

Farmers call for Packham probe

BBC TV presenter Chris Packham’s impartiality is in question again after he called for a weedkiller ban. The NFU wants clarification from the BBC about

Coursers’ car stuck in the mud

Suspected illegal hare coursers have abandoned an estate car in a Yorkshire field. North Yorkshire Police tweeted:  We’ve recovered this in Gateforth, Selby, after being

Thieves gouge out dog microchip

Thieves in a travellers’ camp in Kent shaved a dog and gouged out it’s microchip to disguise it from its owner’s. Tina and Graham Denning

New tenner upsets vegans

Hard cash just got harder for vegans. The new £5 notes contain a kind of animal fat called tallow. Some vegans refuse to handle them.

Behold: the Trumpigator

An orange alligator has taken social media by storm. The Trumpigator’s orange skin makes it look like the US President.

Catching hares goes viral

Fieldsports Channel’s Eaglecam film is breaking records for views. Footage taken from a camera mounted on an eagle gives the viewer the feeling they are

Man-eating tiger caught

Indian villagers have captured a man-eating tiger after it mauled six people. The tiger became a maneater after escaping from the Pilibhit Tiger Reserve in

Fishing just got fashionable

Move over Airgun World and Trout & Salmon. New British Vogue editor Roy Hobbs says he intends to make the fashion magazine the “number one”

Moose saved from ice

This video shows the moment a moose that is stranded in the middle of a frozen lake is freed by ice-skating passers-by.

Buck sheds antlers for the camera

This video shared by Heartland Bowhunter on Facebook shows the incredible moment when a young buck is running along and sheds its antlers right in

Poachers behead white lion

Poachers have killed a white lion a game farm in Polokwane, South Africa. Pocher have killed six lions in the province since January and left

Vegan calls RSPCA to stop ferreters

A vegan woman called the RSPCA to stop ferreters. Kim Wright saw ferreters at work clearing rabbits in Trafford Park, Manchester, as she was passing in her

Gun control actress starts shooting

Gun control advocate Amy Schumer is starring in a film where she glamourises guns. The actress stars alongside Goldie Hawn as a madcap mother-daughter duo

Advertising’s best shot

It’s the world of shooting’s current favourite commercial. This film is an advert made by German health food manufacturer Doppel Herz showing off a product

PETA’s fur fury over Warhammer

The global figure phenomenon Warhammer gained a little more interest that it planned with its latest release. The futuristic wargame played with figurines, has warriors

Fox in a hen coop

What damage can a fox do in a chicken coop? #CartuchosArmusa posted this CCTV video.

Hogs boom in USA

Feral hogs will spread to most parts of the USA, says a new study. Researchers at the USDA’s National Wildlife Research Center say in a

Lamping clampdown by Irish police

See someone lamping in Co Kerry, Ireland, and the Gardai would like you to call them. The Irish constabulary told the Irish Independent that those

Recoil film goes viral

A film of a lad facing off the kick from a shotgun has gone viral. Anthony Campbell from Illinois is shooting two-shot from a 12-gauge:

Tasmania gun law confusion

Tasmania is banning guns that the police ‘do not like the look of’. Tasmania Police’s new guidelines will allow them to deem guns illegal if

Duck decoy expert’s new start

Decoy manufacturer Sillosocks has a new owner. UK ShootWarehouse has acquired the business’s interests outside the USA and Canada. Sillosocks makes pigeon, crow, goose and

Bird flu hits game farm

Bird flu has hit a game farm in Lancashire. DEFRA says it will oversee the slaughter of 10,000 pheasants after the H5N8 strain of avian flu

Deer killed by bottle

Here’s a new reason to pick up litter in the countryside. A deer that found an empty glass bottle has died. The animal put it’s

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