Further to the blog post on Xmas Eve documenting a binbag full of shot gamebirds that had been dumped by the roadside in Somerset (see here), here’s another load that have dumped, this time in a car park in the Peak District National Park. Nice, eh?
This bag containing pheasants and mallard was photographed by Dan Abrahams (@DanAbrahams3 on Twitter) on 22nd December 2020 at Monyash (Lathkill) car park inside the National Park.
So now Derbyshire can be added to the growing list of counties where shot gamebirds have been dumped, including Cheshire, Scottish borders (here), Norfolk (here), Perthshire (here), Berkshire (here), North York Moors National Park (here) and some more in North Yorkshire (here) and even more in North Yorkshire (here), Co. Derry (here), West Yorkshire (here), and again in West Yorkshire (here), N Wales (here), mid-Wales (here), Leicestershire (here), Lincolnshire (here) and Somerset (here).
Wherever next? Standby, ladies and gentlemen, more to follow….