Proposed Protection and Conservation of Wild Mammals (Scotland) Bill

Introduction

 

A proposal for a Bill to improve the protection and conservation of wild mammals by: ending the hunting of wild mammals with dogs; protecting foxes and hares; and tightening the criteria for issuing a licence for the killing of certain wild mammals.


The consultation runs from 24 June 2019 to 15 September 2019.

All those wishing to respond to the consultation are strongly encouraged to enter their responses electronically through this survey. This makes collation of responses much simpler and quicker. However, the option also exists of sending in a separate response (in hard copy or by other electronic means such as e-mail), and details of how to do so are included in the member’s consultation document.

Questions marked with an asterisk (*) require an answer.

All responses must include a name and contact details.  Names will only be published if you give us permission, and contact details are never published – but we may use them to contact you if there is a query about your response.  If you do not include a name and/or contact details, we may have to disregard your response.​

Please note that you must complete the survey in order for your response to be accepted.  If you don't wish to complete the survey in a single session, you can choose "Save and Continue later" at any point.  Whilst you have the option to skip particular questions, you must continue to the end of the survey and press "Submit" to have your response fully recorded.

Please ensure you have read the consultation document before responding to any of the questions that follow. In particular, you should read the information contained in the document about how your response will be handled. The consultation document is available here: 

Consultation document

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