Aim to Sustain has announced the publication of anti-persecution measures that it believes will further boost the UK’s growing raptor populations.
Aim to Sustain – a Scottish Perspective saw the rural partnership unveiled at the Scottish Game Fair at Scone Palace on Friday.
In January 2020, five of the organisations now involved in the Aim to Sustain partnership published the following ‘zero tolerance’ statement around raptor persecution. Aim to Sustain is committed to the principles of this statement.
Aim to Sustain was widely praised during successful trade, press and official public launches on day one The Game Fair at Ragley Hall.
The UK’s leading rural organisations have today (23rd July) announced the launch of a formal partnership to promote the multitude of conservation and community benefits that make the countryside a better place for all to enjoy.
Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown, chair of the All Party Parliamentary Group on Shooting and Conservation has voiced his support for Aim to Sustain, saying its establishment will be good for the long-term future of sustainable game shooting.