Fashion influencer who fell in love with a hunter reveals she’s been branded ‘disgusting’ for swapping style selfies for snaps of her posing with trophies they’ve shot as a couple

Fashion influencer branded ‘disgusting’ for her hobby of trophy hunting

A fashion influencer now shares her kills on social media – but her followers aren’t sure about her new hobby. Kristyn Higdon, 28, from Lexington, Kentucky, has interwoven trophy hunting into her online content. She says the pictures of her hunts were met with mixed reaction. Focusing on Wildlife strongly opposes trophy hunting and regards […]

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Horror images show reality of brutal badger cull unfolding in the countryside

Horror images show reality of brutal badger cull unfolding in the countryside

Gruesome images have revealed the horror of the badger cull as marksmen aim to kill nearly 65,000 of the animals this autumn. Lying bloodied and lifeless, the creatures have been shot as part of the Government’s controversial programme to curb the spread of tuberculosis in cows. Another is bagged up ready for incineration. This year’s […]

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Badger cull extended in England with more than 60,000 in line of fire

Badger cull extended in England with more than 60,000 in line of fire

The government’s badger cull is being expanded to 11 new areas of England including parts of Oxfordshire, Lincolnshire, Leicestershire and Derbyshire so that more than 60,000 badgers can be killed. Conservation groups said the expansion was a betrayal of trust after the government this year pledged to phase out the badger cull, intended to reduce […]

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Wildlife authorities kill over 100 geese at Sloan’s Lake as culling enters its second year in Denver

Wildlife authorities kill over 100 Canada Geese at Sloan’s Lake as culling enters its second year in Denver

Federal authorities won’t kill as many geese this year as they did last year because, well, the geese population has waned at Denver parks since the city started its “culling” program to cut down on poop and clean the water. Denver Parks & Recreation Deputy Manager Scott Gilmore said biologists with the United States Department […]

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