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Update from Australia.

Dear MarksBizGroup,

The land here is utterly scorched. As we drive through smoldering landscapes, we are witnessing the fires’ devastating effects on animals. The images of lifeless creatures are ones we’ll never forget. The survivors are the ones we are working desperately to save.

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We’re currently on Kangaroo Island, and the scenes there are apocalyptic. It’s one of the hardest hit areas in Australia, and animals here are desperate for relief. To support rescue efforts, we’re bringing emergency supplies and medicine as well as building water stations for severely traumatized and dehydrated animals who survived the fires.

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An immense amount of long-term rescue and rehabilitation efforts will be needed because of these fires, and the only way for Australia and its diverse wildlife to recover is with help from generous supporters like you.

We’ll keep you updated as our work here unfolds.

Thank you for standing with us when animals are in desperate need of help and for all your support during this incredibly difficult time.

Sincerely,


Adam Parascandola
Senior Director, Animal Protection & Crisis Response
Humane Society International

Update from Australia.

Email from Humane Society International.

 

Dear MarksBizGroup,

The land here is utterly scorched. As we drive through smoldering landscapes, we are witnessing the fires’ devastating effects on animals. The images of lifeless creatures are ones we’ll never forget. The survivors are the ones we are working desperately to save.

main-feature

We’re currently on Kangaroo Island, and the scenes there are apocalyptic. It’s one of the hardest hit areas in Australia, and animals here are desperate for relief. To support rescue efforts, we’re bringing emergency supplies and medicine as well as building water stations for severely traumatized and dehydrated animals who survived the fires.

main-feature
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An immense amount of long-term rescue and rehabilitation efforts will be needed because of these fires, and the only way for Australia and its diverse wildlife to recover is with help from generous supporters like you.

We’ll keep you updated as our work here unfolds.

Thank you for standing with us when animals are in desperate need of help and for all your support during this incredibly difficult time.

Sincerely,


Adam Parascandola
Senior Director, Animal Protection & Crisis Response
Humane Society International

Foxes aren’t vermin

Report from LEAGUE AGAINST CRUEL SPORTS

For the first of our Fox Myth Monday series, we will be discussing the myth that foxes are ‘vermin’.
No other native British mammal divides opinion as deeply as the red fox. We believe the evidence does not support the criticism of this iconic British species. While foxes are of course predators – they kill other animals for food – their impact on livestock is exaggerated, and can be reduced with good farming practices. #DidYouKnow that a 2000 study in #Scotland found that around just 1% of lamb losses could be directly attributed to foxes? This shows that poor farming practices, disease and bad weather are far more likely to lead to lamb deaths.

Hunts occasionally use this myth as an excuse to hunt foxes. A study reports that between 1995 and 2017, fox numbers in the UK dropped by 41%. This goes against claims made by pro-hunting groups that fox numbers have increased since the ban on fox hunting in 2005.

To end fox hunting for good, the Hunting Act needs to be strengthened by removing the loopholes and exemptions being exploited by the fox hunts to cover up their brutal activities. The introduction of prison sentences for those convicted of fox hunting would help ensure there is a strong deterrent to prevent the deliberate and widespread chasing and killing of foxes.

There are 191 fox hunts operating in Britain today, 14 years after the Hunting Act 2004 was enacted that outlawed the practice. In total, hunts can go out almost 10,700 times a year – and each time a fox’s life is put at risk. This cruelty must stop. No animal deserves to be persecuted in the name of ‘sport’ simply for the fun of it.

 

**WARNING! Distressing footage of hounds chasing and killing.**

**WARNING! Distressing footage of hounds chasing and killing.**

Remember the Badsworth & Bramham Moor Hunt and the poor kitten that their hounds ripped apart over the Christmas period? 😔 Well here they are at it again! 😡

This time the Badsworth & Bramham Moor/York & Ainsty South hunts join up for carnage in our countryside. This poor roe deer was mauled by hounds with severe injuries to his abdomen which are likely to be fatal. Saboteurs managed to get the hounds off the poor deer the first time but they went back for more, several times. The huntsman had NO control or care. A rabbit was also ripped-apart during the carnage.

Why is this allowed to continue? ALL hunting with hounds must be banned to prevent this disgusting terror in our countryside!!

Report Courtesy of Stop Hunting Fox Cubs ( facebook)
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Brighton Hunt Sabs, Message.

Hi,

We have received a message from our friends at Brighton Hunt Sabs who have asked for it to be passed on/shared….so we are 😉

Hello and Happy New Year

We’ve just published a post on social media making the link between campaigning against bloodsports and the wider fight for animals. It would be amazing if we could spread this message far and wide. Please share it on your pages, post about it in groups and share it with your friends.

Links are:

https://m.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10156634880271606&id=91710411605&ce&ref=m_notif&notif_t=page_post_reaction

https://www.instagram.com/p/B6xmIvUJEod/?igshid=1bk00ja6gtfgf

https://twitter.com/BtnHuntSabs/status/1212337497658863616?s=19

Also we are having a new people meet up soon. So if you haven’t been out in a while, came to a meet up before but never made it out, or are totally new and thinking about coming out please get in touch and we’ll invite you along.

Until all are free!

Brighton Hunt Saboteurs

Facebook: www.facebook.com/pages/Brighton-Hunt-Saboteurs/91710411605?ref=tn_tnmn
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/brightonhuntsaboteurs/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/BtnHuntSabs
Website: https://brightonhuntsaboteurs.wordpress.com/
Donations: paypal.me/BtnHuntSabs

West Kent Hunt Sabs Report.

WEDNESDAY 1ST JANUARY 2020

The dust had barely settled after successfully sabbing the East Kent hunt on NYE when just minutes after returning home, champagne on ice to start the NYE celebrations we received a tip off through the HSA tip off line that the Ashford Valley Tickham fox hunt were meeting in Frinsted at midday on New Years Day! Sabbing on a hangover has never deterred us before and we quickly made last minute plans to attend…. it would be rude not to welcome the Ashford Valley Tickham in to 2020 after all!

As we arrived in to Doddington it became clear where the meet was as we joined a large procession of horse boxes heading to the meet. After roughly 5 minutes of trundling along the horse box in front of us stopped for no reason. It was clear they were desperately seeking advice from the hunt about what to do with us behind them… causing a huge traffic jam in the process! Eventually they moved on and we all arrived at the meet at Madam’s Court, Frinsted.

Shortly after arriving we had the pleasure of Neil the huntsman turning up with his hounds. The look on his face upon seeing us was priceless!

The hunt moved off at 12.30 and had a large field by the Ashford Valley Tickhams standards of 20 riders plus 6 red coats. There were many faces we didn’t recognise so don’t worry, we don’t suspect they have mustered up some new long term supporters from anywhere!

We quickly got behind the hounds and terrier man, following them on the road. This really set the tone for the day! The hunt were out for just 2 hours and did a circle through Ringlestone, Wormshill, Milstead (dangerously close to the M2) then back through Torry Hill to the meet. During this time they spent at least 80% of the time on the roads with us behind them. Occasionally huntsman Neil would duck into a wood to try and shake us off but with the drone we were easily able to follow them. He also tried splitting the field from the hounds on numerous occasions which also failed, hopefully he’s learnt his lesson now that, that won’t work! In all we counted him actually cast his hounds just twice, both times having to call them back as we got the drone back on them!

All in all a hugely successful day for us with relatively low numbers on our side. This absolutely was not how the Ashford Valley Tickham hunt wanted to start 2020! Long may it continue! Thank you to whoever contacted the HSA tip off line – we will always take action on your behalf. You saved lives today without a doubt.

There was one incident early in the day when the hunt rode straight into a riding school who were out for a tack, completely spooking their horses and nearly causing a serious accident. The hunt refused to move to let them pass causing the school’s horses to get dangerously upset. Eventually the hunt had to help restrain one horse while the hounds passed. We were reminded of how anti social hunting is, blocking roads with horses and hounds. If the riders involved in this incident would like to contact us then please do. We have no idea what your views are on hunting but we have footage of the whole incident and good contacts in the Police should you wish to pursue anything further.

A great start to the new year for us all in all. Roll on 2020!

Down with the hunt !!

MarksBizGroup

BAN FOX HUNTING CLOTHING

A Very Merry Xmas !!

We just want to take this opportunity to thank everyone for their support this year and for reading our posts.

We would also like to give a massive thank you to ALL the sabs and monitors that give up their time to help keep our wildlife safe. In fact to anyone who does anything to help animals is special to us !!

HAPPY XMAS AND A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR TO YOU ALL. STAY SAFE PLEASE AND LOOK AFTER THOSE IN NEED.

Give the Boxing Day Hunt Parades HELL !! WE WILL BE, LOL.

MARKSBIZGROUP

Eggesford Hunt Hounds kill a fox.

** WARNING CONTAINS DISTRESSING FOOTAGE OF HOUNDS KILLING FOX**

This is the reality of what every hunt in the UK call ‘Trial Hunting. When the body of a fox killed by hounds is retrieved the hunt will always lie telling police, (1) It’s a road kill that has been put there. (2) Hunt saboteurs were to blame as they confused the hounds., along with several other lies they have used for years. Hunts have every intention of killing foxes when they go out, it’s premeditated illegal hunting, and they are getting away with it.

 

Report from the brave  Devon County Hunt Saboteurs 

Yesterday the Eggesford Hunt killed a fox just minutes after leaving their meet.

After pre-Christmas drinks and a raffle at The Barton, North Tawton, huntsman Jason Marles made a beeline for a tiny copse near Spire’s Cross, where support and riders lined up to watch as one after another three foxes ran from the copse in different directions. Judging by the way at least two of the foxes were behaving, we strongly suspect their presence in the copse was no coincidence. This hunt are notorious for using bagged foxes to guarantee a kill.

One fox ran for the road and was helped to safety by sabs. Another headed into a neighbouring field, stopped to look around as if confused about where to go and then carried on through a hedge. Sabs saturated the area with citronella and fortunately hounds failed to pick up the scent when they eventually came past.

FOX KILLED

Sadly the third fox did not make it out alive. The fox was first seen by sabs on the road, entering the southern side of the tiny copse. Hunt riders, hunt support and one of the terriermen held the fox in the covert by making loud noises and banging on fence posts, while hounds entered the covert and killed the fox by tearing it apart. A team of sabs approached from the north and found the fox surrounded by hounds. Sabs retrieved the body and headed back to the road, where hunt support were waiting at a gate, struggling to suppress their smiles at the sight of the disemboweled fox.

Jason, having succeeded in giving his supporters what they paid for, gathered the hounds and headed east towards The Hams, followed by riders who rode their horses at sabs and pretended they knew nothing about the kill. Jason went via the cattle market into a bit of scrub land by the river and hounds immediately started speaking again. Sabs had to put the stress of the last few minutes behind them and immediately get onto helping the next fox. Hounds appeared to have marked a fox to ground at a badger sett in the middle of a dense patch of scrub, so sabs called and rated them out of the area. However, Jason was keen to keep them in and kept encouraging them. Hunt support and terriermen became threatening and aggressive towards sabs, who nevertheless stood their ground.

Moments later a fox broke from the scrub next to the river, closely pursued by two hounds. The fox ran back into the scrub about 10 meters further down, exactly where two of our sabs were stood. There was about a meter between the fox’s tail and the hounds behind. Sabs were able to get in between and turn the hounds back. Knowing that the fox was now lying up in the scrub and that it would only be a matter of time before the fox bolted again, sabs arranged for another team a field away to call hounds out towards them. This was enough to cause Jason to pull the hounds back and take them away from the area.

We left a team behind to guard the scrub for a little while. Others followed huntsman and hounds via Broad Parks Farm and Warden towards the Shepherd’s Lake valley. Here hounds chased another fox to ground in a badger sett. With a team of sabs at the scene, Jason reluctantly moved on. The fox left the sett a little while later, under the watchful eyes of our sabs. There was another fox they would have dug-out and killed if we hadn’t been there.

The rest of the afternoon was spent around Ashridge Court. Sabs could smell the strong scent of foxes on several occasions and hounds were heard in cry twice. Eventually everyone left via Staddon Moor Cross and the hunt packed up in fading light around 4pm.

HELP OUT.

If you support what we do, please donate to our fuel and equipment fund: https://www.paypal.me/dchs

We plan to be out a lot over the Christmas period. We are burning through SD cards at lightning speed at the moment to submit to the police. If you see any offers for good-quality SD cards, please message us and let us know!

 

Ban Fox Hunting – MarksBizGroup

Barlow Hunt confirms fox was killed by hounds.

Hi Everyone,

Its been a while since our last post as so much has been going on!! We actually thought this week that after the horror reports of a fox being ripped to pieces by the Barlow Hunt’s hounds we would hold fire on posting until the video proof had been released and maybe we can find a half decent report by the papers.

Just to enlighten you the hunt claimed at first that the fox was road kill given to the hounds by sabs ( honestly!!) Now they are blaming sabs for blowing a hunting horn….which they use to get the hounds AWAY from a fox!!

Anyway the report we have is from the BBC OF ALL PAPERS.

Now the main thing they have wrong and this may be from having to be impartial……is that they claim to be trail hunting. As you know trail hunting is following a scent not a live fox. Which as we all know is bullshit and a loophole the hunts expose to kill foxes when the hounds come off the artificial scent and go after a fox. This is now what the Barlow Hunt are claiming. You will see for yourselves in the report the hunt are nowhere to be seen after losing control of the hounds and leaving them to rip a poor defenseless fox to pieces. Let’s see what the police do about it, probably nothing!

Anything that is clearly bullshit we have put in bold, lol.

The Report.

Barlow Hunt confirms fox was killed by hounds.

Hunt Hunt Saboteurs with houndsImage copyright WEST YORKSHIRE HUNT SABOTEURS

The video shows two hunt saboteurs attempting to rescue the fox

A fox was killed by dogs at a hunt in Derbyshire, it has been confirmed.

Video released by anti-hunt campaigners earlier this week showed the animal being attacked by a pack of hounds.

Barlow Hunt, which officially was trail hunting – a simulated type of hunt – said it happened because saboteurs confused the dogs by blowing a horn.

West Yorkshire Hunt Saboteurs (WYHS) insisted they only intervened after no effort was made to recall the hounds when they picked up the fox’s scent.

It denied confusing the dogs with a hunting horn and accused hunt organisers of “trotting out a standard response” and attempting to “shift the blame off themselves”.

The pack cornered the fox in an area of woodland near Matlock, close to Chatsworth House, on Tuesday.

Footage showed saboteurs trying to call off the hounds and then retrieving the fox’s body.

In a statement, the hunt said: “The Barlow Hunt operates within the law to comply with the Hunting Act 2004.

“An incident occurred on 17 December which we believe was solely due to the presence of anti-hunting protestors who were distracting and confusing our hounds by blowing a hunting horn.

“The police have been informed and we will fully cooperate with any enquiries regarding this matter.”


Fox hunting: What is the law?

Fox hunting
Hunting and killing wild animals with dogs has been illegal since 2004

  • In 2004, it was made a criminal offence in England and Wales to hunt down and kill a wild mammal with dogs
  • In order to prosecute, a person must be shown to be intentionally hunting the animal
  • It is permitted to simulate hunting by laying a scent for a pack of hounds to follow. This is known as trail hunting.

WYHS responded by saying they only used their hunting horn call, intended to recall the hounds, when the hunt failed to do so after the dogs picked up the fox’s scent.

The group added that most of the hunt were “nowhere to be seen” and two huntsmen “rode away” from the pack.

A spokesman said: “The hunt have claimed [the horns] confused the pack, yet is exactly what they would have been doing had they made an attempt to stop the kill.

“We didn’t enter the woods as we didn’t want to risk frightening the fox and sending it back into the woods and towards the hounds until we saw them close the gap and catch it.”

Derbyshire Police said it was investigating the matter and has appealed for information.