Police are investigating a potential wildlife poisoning in Londonderry.
Carcasses of game birds were pegged up in a woodland in the Victoria Road area “in order to poison wildlife”, said the Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI).
“We will be having these examined to find out what surprises have been left on the carcasses and other raw meat,” it said.
Wildlife expert Mick Conway described the incident as “disgraceful”.
“Poison can be used to kill a lot of animals but I really think foxes could be the target here,” Mr Conway told BBC News NI.
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