Defending non-hunter’s rights

Hunting in Spain means the death of 50 million animals and involves 95% of the terrirory. It poisons the environment, especially birds due to the dumping of 6000 tons of lead, in addition to fencing the countryside and placing gates all over the place. Native wild animal species are disappearing because of the use of poisons, and traps for predators. Not to mention the mistreatment of the animals caught as well as the dogs used by hunters. Nonetheless the hunting community is demanding less restrictions on their activity. This is why NON-hunters must voice their opinions and defend their rights via an online register.
Ecologistas en Acción ask you to add your voice to the register here

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