Possible fox hunt.

22-12-18 Same area as last time. ( just outside of Beadnell) largest group of terrier men located near sea houses golf club, a bigger area seems to have been used this time. Possibly the Percy hunt. No evidence of any killing. We did arrive as they were packing up so there is no video of... Continue Reading →

Animals Asia: No Name Bear

At the end of October a female moon bear was rescued by Animals Asia from bear bile farming in Vietnam. All this bear knew was a small cage. For 17 years No Name Bear had no one and nothing to live for. Her value was measured on the money she could bring to her owner... Continue Reading →

Extinction is forever !

The vaquita The vaquita is a species of porpoise endemic to the northern part of the Gulf of California. It is believed that there are only 12 - 15 individual vaquitas remaining. Conservation status - critically endangered ( population decreasing ) Mass - 43kg ( adult ) Scientific name - Phocoena Sinus Height - up... Continue Reading →

The truth about trail hunting!

* All photos are my own The Hunting of deer hares and foxes using dogs in the UK is illegal. Prior 2005 there are two types of hunting. Traditional hunting which involves chasing and killing animals (this was banned 2004) and also drag hunting which was intended to mimic animal hunting however is classed as... Continue Reading →

Dogs and Cats meat trade – China.

Warning some readers may find these images upsetting or disturbing. Cats and dogs in China are abandoned on the streets many are dying as a result of illness or accident. Government authorities organise brutal dog killing campaigns to try and reduce the population of stray dogs and cats. Pets such as cats and dogs are... Continue Reading →

Possible Fox Hunt.

24/11/18 Possible fox hunt encountered just outside of Beadnell. Reported to North East Hunt Monitors. While on our way to Seahouses we encountered terrier men who we filmed. After being spotted we continued on our journey when the huntsmen and hounds ran into us. No evidence of any foxes being killed. For more information on... Continue Reading →

Palm oil, the effects on our world.

Recently Iceland released their 2018 Christmas advert which highlights the impact of deforestation from palm oil and the impact this has orangutans, the advert has been banned by ASA. This advert has helped raise awareness that many foods and everyday items are responsible for deforestation and death to orangutans. Recently there has been an orangutan... Continue Reading →

The bonus to nature.

Today's blog is more of a personal blog about some of my amazing experiences and first encounters of some marine life I have had. ♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡ On the 1st of November I went to the Farne Islands from sea houses in the UK which is small drive from where I live. The trip we paid for... Continue Reading →

Hunt Saboteurs – fox hunting

The 'sport' fox hunting was banned in the UK during 2005. Fox hounds where originally bread to hunt deer and hares. Fox hounds were not built to be speedy but due to their stamina they are able to kill the fox. They could cross breed these hounds with a faster dog such as a racing... Continue Reading →

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