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Wildlife Persecution | Harry Huyton on the Pentland Hills
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Wildlife Persecution | Harry Huyton on the Pentland Hills

Wildlife persecution is a regrettable fact of life in parts of the countryside, particularly those areas managed for shooting. Much of it takes place just out of sight, but we can help tackle it if we know where to look and what to look out for. In this podcast, recorded in Scotland in May 2018, Charlie Moores talks with OneKind Scotland's Director Harry Huyton as they walk through the Pentland Hills, a large Regional Park close to Edinburgh. They discuss Fred (a young Golden Eagle that 'disappeared' earlier this year in highly suspicious circumstances in the Pentlands), Harry's vision of what this area really should offer its visitors, and Charlie reflects on what he saw based on his experiences looking for wildlife in National and Regional Parks around the world. For more information on OneKind Scotland please go to onekind.scot or twitter @onekindtweet