How you can help - Action to take

If you have concern for the fate of wildlife and game at the hands of conservation organisations and hunting estates you should consider the following actions:

  • Be courageously and openly critical of hunting and of those who hunt.
  • Don't join or donate to any conservation organisation unless they have a no-killing policy and do not use chemical weed-killers.
  • Withdraw your support as a member of any conservation organisation that kills wildlife, and encourage others to do the same.
  • Avoid visiting the "nature and wildlife reserves" of those who kill.
  • Avoid visiting areas renowned for hunting.
  • Do not stay at any hunting estate as a non-hunting guest.
  • Boycott hotels that have any connection with hunting.
  • Boycott restaurants that serve venison or game.
  • Boycott pubs with hunting themes and those who host hunting meets.
  • Avoid spending money in shops that sell country and hunting clothing.
  • Write to your MP or MSP to complain about the killing of wildlife by conservation organisations and hunting estates, asking them to support a withdrawal of grant aid from those who kill, and to re-introduce non-domestic rates on hunting estates.
  • Write to your local newspaper condemning hunting.
  • Write to your local tourist board and ask them to stop supporting hunting establishments.
  • Mention this website to your colleagues at work, students at university, fellow pupils and teachers at school, and to your parents, relatives and friends.
  • Think "Killhunting", and together we'll stop this barbarism!

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Email: actionteam@killhunting.org.uk

Hunting is

SAVAGERY in the name of TRADITION

HYPOCRISY in the name of CONSERVATION

KILLING in the name of SPORT

"There will come a day when such men as myself will view the slaughter of innocent creatures as horrible a crime as the murder of his fellow man - Our task must to be free ourselves' by widening our circle of compassion to embrace all living creatures and the whole of nature and its beauty"
Albert Einstein.