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RSPB Shoots fury of twitchers
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Alan Hill.
2008-01-14 08:53:12 UTC
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Shoots fury of twitchers

http://tinyurl.com/yryxt9
Bird lovers have blasted a royal charity for allowing ducks and geese
to be shot on its nature reserve.

The RSPB hands out licences to wildfowlers who can kill up to 10 birds
a day between September and January on marshland at Langstone harbour
near Portsmouth, Hants.

Conservationist Robert Hill, 43, who found a dead widgeon duck covered
in pellet wounds, said: "I think it's disgusting."

But warden Chris Cockburn said: "If wildfowling was banned we would
get poaching and that would be disastrous for the bird populations."
David L
2008-01-14 09:10:35 UTC
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Post by Alan Hill.
Shoots fury of twitchers
http://tinyurl.com/yryxt9
Bird lovers have blasted a royal charity for allowing ducks and geese
to be shot on its nature reserve.
The RSPB hands out licences to wildfowlers who can kill up to 10 birds
a day between September and January on marshland at Langstone harbour
near Portsmouth, Hants.
Conservationist Robert Hill, 43, who found a dead widgeon duck covered
in pellet wounds, said: "I think it's disgusting."
But warden Chris Cockburn said: "If wildfowling was banned we would
get poaching and that would be disastrous for the bird populations."
More details about the RSPB and other CONservation hooligans can be
seen at


http://www.google.co.uk/search?hl=en&q=rspb+slaughter&meta=

http://tinyurl.com/2xgmbg

THIS is where our donations are really going and I for one will no
longer be supporting them.
David L
2008-01-14 14:56:29 UTC
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On Mon, 14 Jan 2008 02:27:09 -0800 (PST), "John M."
Subscribers might find it interesting to see Pete's posting history
using this pseudonym.
Go to: http://groups.google.com/ ,find a post by David L, click on
"View profile" next to the name at the top of the post. One might then
wonder what he and Angus Macmillan get up to on the phone, but that
can be their little secret..
Best hurry before he cancels them all, like he did for many other
pseudonyms he has used over the years
Someone seems to have rattled a pro hunt nuts nut!
Tony
2008-01-14 17:22:07 UTC
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Post by Alan Hill.
Shoots fury of twitchers
http://tinyurl.com/yryxt9
Bird lovers have blasted a royal charity for allowing ducks and geese
to be shot on its nature reserve.
The RSPB hands out licences to wildfowlers who can kill up to 10 birds
a day between September and January on marshland at Langstone harbour
near Portsmouth, Hants.
Conservationist Robert Hill, 43, who found a dead widgeon duck covered
in pellet wounds, said: "I think it's disgusting."
But warden Chris Cockburn said: "If wildfowling was banned we would
get poaching and that would be disastrous for the bird populations."
More details about the RSPB and other CONservation hooligans can be
seen at
http://www.google.co.uk/search?hl=en&q=rspb+slaughter&meta=
http://tinyurl.com/2xgmbg
THIS is where our donations are really going and I for one will no
longer be supporting them.
Nor I!
Malcolm Kane
2008-01-14 18:11:08 UTC
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Subscribers might find it interesting to see Pete's posting history
using this pseudonym.
Go to: http://groups.google.com/ ,find a post by David L, click on
"View profile" next to the name at the top of the post. One might then
wonder what he and Angus Macmillan get up to on the phone, but that
can be their little secret..
Best hurry before he cancels them all, like he did for many other
pseudonyms he has used over the years
It was fairly obvious that this was a "blitz" organised by he of a
thousand names. Probably because they were having such difficulties in
other threads.

Incidentally isn't it significant that Angus always pretends to not know
who "Pete" is.
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Malcolm Kane
Pete
2008-01-14 10:49:47 UTC
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Subscribers might find it interesting to see Pete's posting history
using this pseudonym.
Go to: http://groups.google.com/ ,find a post by David L, click on
"View profile" next to the name at the top of the post. One might then
wonder what he and Angus Macmillan get up to on the phone, but that
can be their little secret..
Best hurry before he cancels them all, like he did for many other
pseudonyms he has used over the years
Very interesting profile. That explains so much about Pete's obsession with the act
of reproduction (in all its forms). May be that's why he's with urfreesim.co.uk. He
obviously goes through so many sim cards with his little side-line phone business as
seen in his profile. Surprised he's not selling Vi*gra too! Must be very repressed
and frustrated. I worry for the animals at the inner city farm he has been sent to
"look after" through care in the community.
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a***@aol.com
2008-01-14 10:18:43 UTC
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Post by Alan Hill.
Shoots fury of twitchers
http://tinyurl.com/yryxt9
Bird lovers have blasted a royal charity for allowing ducks and geese
to be shot on its nature reserve.
The RSPB hands out licences to wildfowlers who can kill up to 10 birds
a day between September and January on marshland at Langstone harbour
near Portsmouth, Hants.
Conservationist Robert Hill, 43, who found a dead widgeon duck covered
in pellet wounds, said: "I think it's disgusting."
But warden Chris Cockburn said: "If wildfowling was banned we would
get poaching and that would be disastrous for the bird populations."
Not if they spent some of their £1million a week income on looking
after their reserves rather than paying their fat controllers (
executives) up to £100,000 a year salaries.

BTW they also allow game shooting at their Abernethy estate to show
they are "not divorced from countryside pursuits".

Some way of protecting birds!

Bunch of crooks if you ask me.


Angus Macmillan
www.roots-of-blood.org.uk
www.killhunting.org
www.con-servation.org.uk

All truth passes through three stages:
First, it is ridiculed;
Second, it is violently opposed; and
Third, it is accepted as self-evident.
-- Arthur Schopenhauer (1788-1860)
Malcolm Kane
2008-01-14 18:12:27 UTC
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Not if they spent some of their £1million a week income on looking
after their reserves rather than paying their fat controllers (
executives) up to £100,000 a year salaries.
Angus seems to have an objection to CEOs being paid a going rate. I
suspect it is based on jealousy.
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Malcolm Kane
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