The Courier reported on 16 April that a local dog walker has discovered a makeshift deer traps while walking in an area known as The Dam near the river Leven.
The traps were made from barbed wire, wood and metal tied to trees, one of which the walker was able to dismantle although he experienced several injuries to his arms in the process. In addition, people in the local area have been warned to be on the alert for similar devices.
Fife's Safer Communities team have been asked to investigate after a number of residents raised concerns.
British Deer Society 2019 AGM Weekend - 11th / 12th May 2019
You don't want to miss our upcoming AGM as its set to be both a fun and informative weekend hosted by our East Anglia branch.
A visit to Euston Hall and gardens plus Meet Estate Stalker
Range day and Edgar Brothers display
Research updates, hot topics, and AGM
Over the weekend there will also be opportunities to hear from our Chairman Professor Rory Putman, Peter Green – BDS Hon. Veterinary Advisor and Dr Alistair Ward - BDS Scientific Advisor.
In addition, there will be an update on our new BDS app and a chance to try this out before its main launch later this year.
Come and join us!
An open letter has been sent to the residents of a Buckshaw housing development by Residential Management Group (RMG) after greyhounds had been spotted chasing wild deer in a woodland area of Buckshaw Village.
The letter states that the incident was being investigated and anyone found responsible would be duly reported.