The stand-alone website is available at www.caip-uk.info.
The Campaign against accidental and illegal poisoning of wildlife (CAIP) aims to protect some of Britain’s rarest birds of prey and wildlife from pesticide poisoning.
CRD leads the Campaign which is strongly supported by a range of organisations associated with animal welfare, nature preservation, field sports and gamekeeping including the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB), Natural England, the Countryside Alliance, British Association for Shooting and Conservation and the Game and Wildlife Conservation Trust.
The objective of the Campaign is to deter the illegal use of pesticides by:
- advising farmers, gamekeepers and other land managers on legal ways of controlling pests.
- advising the public on how to report illegal poisoning incidents and to respect the need for legal alternatives.
We meet with other interested parties once a year. The last meeting was on 9 March 2011.
Further stakeholder details can be found on the CAIP website, at http://www.caip-uk.info/content/about.aspx?m=16
How can you help?
Look out for
- Dead animals cut open and staked out - these may be laced with poison
- Several dead birds or other dead animals found close together
- Animals which appear to have died without obvious reason or lying next to something that may have been eaten
- Pet dogs falling very ill after a walk in the countryside
If you suspect animals have been poisoned with pesticides or are at risk
Call 0800 321600 to report suspected poisoning - calls are free
Do not touch suspected bait or dead casualties - warn others to keep away
Cover the evidence if you can, but don't disturb it
Make a note of location and details
A series of publications relating to the Campaign are available on the CAIP website at http://www.caip-uk.info/content/Library.aspx
Links to External Organisations
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