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Important Starlings legal or illegal to shoot

Discussion in 'Hunting' started by Timothy095, May 1, 2012.

  1. Timothy095

    Timothy095 Junior Member

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    I was told by a frield that it is illegal to shoot starlings in Northern Ireland, many say that starlings are endangered animals, but ironically around farm yards there is hundreds of them including my own farm. Is it alright to shoot these filthy animals as all they do is s*** everywhere. apprently a permit is required?
    if so where do i get one of them?
     
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  3. mick 1986

    mick 1986 Keyboard Hero

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    Try this link mate, http://www.doeni.gov.uk/niea/biodiversity/wildlife_management_and_licensing/wildlife.htm it's got all the info you could ever need for NI licences.
     

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