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Wildlife & Conservation

A species endangered through the destruction of habitat. The cruelty of poaching and hunting for greed or an attempt at justification through restoring natural balance. Nature takes care of its own: the wolf that preys on the weakest in the herd; the shark which senses and selects an injured fish. The innocent fox cub used to train the hounds. The lifeless body of a lioness, a trophy. The naive belief that animals have healing powers: the rhino horn; the gallbladder from a bear; elephant tusks. How long before another species is driven to Extinction.

Your support could help to pay for park rangers to protect wildlife or specialist veterinary staff to save it. Education and the implementation of laws to preserve habitats. And save a species.

AISPA

136 Baker Street, London W1U 6DU

T: 01743 232559

F: 01743 232559

E: info@aispa.org.uk

UK Registered Charity Number: 208530

Please click here for further information or click here to visit our website

Animal Defenders International

Millbank Tower, Millbank, London SW1P 4QP

T: 020 76303340

F: 020 78282179

E: info@ad-international.org

UK Registered Charity Number: 04741708

Please click here for further information or click here to visit our website

ASSISI Animal Charities Foundation

Home Close Farm, Shilton Road, Burford, Oxfordshire OX18 4PF

T: 0870 6092810

 

E: enquiries@assisi.org.uk

UK Registered Charity Number: 1102985

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With foxhunting banned in England, Scotland and Wales, Ireland has become one of the last remaining countries in the world to allow this horrific bloodsport.

This despite the fact that opinion polls have shown that a majority of Irish people want foxhunting made illegal.

Source: Animal Rights UK

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