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SFA and loch lomond

Scotland for Animals has been involved in the campaign to stop the RSPB killing wild goats around Inversnaid at Loch Lomond. As you might remember we made the decision to break off negotiations with the RSPB as a result of their continued refusal to stop culls despite alternative methods of control being available.



SfA welcomes news thScotland for Animals has been involved in the campaign to stop the RSPB killing wild goats around Inversnaid at Loch Lomond. As you might remember we made the decision to break off negotiations with the RSPB as a result of their continued refusal to stop culls despite alternative methods of control being available.


SfA welcomes news that the RSPB has now implemented one of our proposals and begun using contraceptive darts to manage the population. Although this will not bring back the animals already slaughtered by the RSPB it’s a positive development as it may now save those remaining.


This move is a result of your pressure and the fantastic work of locals and Strathard Community Council. As the RSPB is an organisation actively involved in the killing of animals we will be monitoring the situation along with Strathard Community Council to ensure the guns don’t start firing again and a viable herd is maintained.

The RSPB has now implemented one of our proposals and begun using contraceptive darts to manage the population. Although this will not bring back the animals already slaughtered by the RSPB it’s a positive development as it may now save those remaining.





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