Unfortunately, there is a darker side to Scotland, often hidden from visitors and locals alike. Wildlife persecution – legal and illegal – is widespread and ‘country sports’ play a dominant role in rural land management and politics. This guide aims to raise awareness of wildlife persecution, and to educate the public so that countryside visitors… Read more
For the 2021 elections to the Scottish Parliament, OneKind is calling on all parties and candidates to prioritise animal welfare in the next session. We look forward to working together to make Scotland a better place for animals. OneKind is calling for: Education to improve understanding of companion animal needs, and regulation of how they… Read more
Mountain hares are routinely shot in Scotland – even in the Cairngorms National Park – by hunting parties out for the thrill and gamekeepers managing land for red grouse shooting.
This briefing was produced to help OneKind’s supporters write letters in support of our campaign calling on VisitScotland to stop promoting recreational mountain hare killing.
This report was produced by OneKind to expose the scale of mountain hare killing for recreational purposes in Scotland.
This briefing note by OneKind was produced to highlight why Scotland’s iconic mountain hare must be protected from persecution.