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Three birds of prey found dead in Staffordshire Moorlands

Appeal for information after injured buzzard found near Kirkby Malzeard in North Yorkshire

Illicit wildlife products 'slipping through the net'

Suspended sentence for seafood salesman who smuggled £53m worth of live eels out of UK

Somerset campsite owner jailed after he deliberately shot dead an otter trapped in a fishing net

Seafood salesman convicted of eelegally smuggling £53million worth of European eels through the UK

Siamese crocodile skulls found in raids by Kent police

Avon & Somerset appoint new Wildlife Crime Officer

Cheltenham antiques dealer sentenced for trading illegally in elephant tusks and walrus ivory

Maidstone men jailed after deer stabbed repeatedly in the throat and animal cruelty

Welsh man handed suspended jail term after interfering with badger sett

Suspected hare courser causes high-speed police chase in Cambridgeshire

Dorset wildlife crime officer recognised in New Year Honours list

Forensic science techniques used in battle against wildlife crime across Scotland

Queen’s Anniversary Prize for the work of the Durrell Institute of Conservation and Ecology

Northern Irish man accused of selling more than 200 animals including lions, crocodiles and great white shark

Walsall owl breeder told his good character saved him from prison sentence

Pinpointing rural & wildlife crime with what3words

Illegal trade in endangered species - trial date set in Lancashire

Walsall Owl 'breeder' pleads guilty to the illegal possession and sale of Barn Owls


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PAW Northern Ireland

Partnership for Action against Wildlife Crime Northern Ireland (PAWNI)

PAWNI consists of a number of statutory and non-government organisations who work in partnership to reduce wildlife crime by raising awareness and promoting effective enforcement.

PAWNI members include:

PAWNI aims to raise awareness of wildlife crime, establish a Northern Ireland network of contact points to provide advice, information and expertise and collect wildlife information. The group also liaises with other relevant organisations throughout the UK and Ireland including the National Parks and Wildlife Service and An Garda Siochana etc.

PAWNI have released some recent leaflets:

See: PSNI for a full range of PAWNI downloadable leaflets.  

See also here for Operation Lepus NI.