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Buzzard Row Flares Again


Buzzard Row Flares Again

Antis furious as top ex-wildlife cop supports call for licences to kill “out of control” birds of prey.

New calls for licensed killing of rogue buzzards have gained support from an unlikely quarter – Scotland’s former top wildlife cop Alan Stewart. His support drew an angry response from raptor protectionists, one of whom spluttered “I am totally disgusted with Alan Stewart. Some wildlife crime officer he must have been”.
Mr Stewart retired in 2011 after more than 12 years as Scotland’s leading wildlife crime officer, with an MBE and several awards in recognition of his wildlife law enforcement work. He now works part-time with the UK National Wildlife Crime Unit.
The latest row flared when The Sunday Times printed an article by reporter Mark Macaskill, in which he apparently miss-quoted Alan Stewart by saying Mr Stewart had seen a Buzzard taking a Red Squirrels on Cardney. Mr Steward denied telling the reporter this but confirmed he had seen a Buzzard trying to take a Red Squirrel from his garden.
In the Sunday Times article. Mr David Hendry, landowner and former Chairman of the Scottish Gamekeepers Association has claimed to have seen Buzzards taking Red Squirrels from his 2000 acre Estate and has called for the SNH to issue licenses to kill buzzards in order to protect endangered red squirrels in Scotland.
Mr Alan Stewart clarified his position on culling birds of prey; “For the avoidance of anyone jumping to the conclusion that I support a general cull of any bird of prey, that is not the case” However he says that in this particular case “since the red squirrel is a native and still relatively uncommon species, I would have agreed with it since I know the landowner concerned would not have abused any licensing privilege agreed”.
The debate continues


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