13 Apr '18, 6pm

Illegal hunt investigator tells of attack that left colleague with fractured neck.

We arrived at Belvoir Castle at around 11am on March 12th 2016. It was a fine, sunny day and the daffodils were in bloom in front of the Castle. There was a large turnout of hunt support, including some from neighbouring hunts who had already finished their season’s hunting. When we found the hunt they were in the Vale of Belvoir, west of the castle. Darryl Cunnington suggested we take a public bridleway which offers amazing views across the Vale - this is where his knowledge of Leicestershire as an ex-rural police officer works so well. We could hear the huntsman below us occasionally blowing his horn and the odd bay of a hound, and after about a mile of walking our views opened up and we could see three or four miles across the Vale. Captive fox We set up an observation point at the edge of the bridleway. We both have good quality camcorders with an added 1.7x teleconver...

Full article: https://theecologist.org/2018/apr/13/illegal-hunt-investi...

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