Voluntary ban on hunting Greenland white-fronted Geese in Wales

December 6, 2017
Posted in Birds
December 6, 2017 FACE

Prevent the decline of Wales’ Greenland white-fronted geese population a voluntary ban was originally enacted in the Dyfi estuary, Wales in the 1970s. This was then extended to cover the entirety of wales Hunters enacted the original voluntary ban then extended it

Country: United Kingdom
Starting date: 1970
Species: Greenland White-fronted Geese (Anser Albifrons)
Species characteristics: Huntable species, Migratory species
Type of actions: Enforcement
Leading partners: Wildfowling clubs local to the Dyfi estuary, BASC (https://basc.org.uk/)

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