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Mark Avery: Inglorious: The Case Against Grouse Shooting
Fri 28 October 2016, 16:00 – 17:00
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Inglorious: The Case Against Grouse Shooting
Mark Avery is a writer and environmental campaigner. His latest book, Inglorious - Conflict in the Uplands, sets out the case against grouse shooting
Mark talks about the issues surrounding grouse shooting including wildlife crime and the ecological damage caused to the uplands. Hear about the plight of the hen harrier, killed illegally because it eats grouse, and how home insurance is higher because of the sport.
Mark's blog was awarded Birdwatch readers' 'Blog of the Year' and he is number 14 in BBC Wildlife's Power List.
The new, revised, paperback edition of the book is on sale after the talk.
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28th October 16:00 - The Forum Auditorium
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