Chris Packham defiant after activists leave dead crows at his home

BBC Springwatch presenter condemns campaigners in row over ban on shooting birds

Chris Packham has said he will not be intimidated by campaigners who left two dead crows hanging outside his home and glued shut his security gate.

The broadcaster told the police about the threats and vandalism, which came after the Wild Justice group he founded with fellow conservationists Ruth Tingay and Mark Avery successfully challenged the “general licence” that allowed the shooting of 16 species of bird, including crows, jays and woodpigeons.

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Source: The Guardian
Chris Packham defiant after activists leave dead crows at his home