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Snaring Incident Report

NATIONAL FEDERATION OF BADGER GROUPS

1. Incident date: 2. Animal:
3. County: 4. Grid ref:
5. Location: Woodland / Hedgerow / Open Field / Other:

 

6. Part(s) of body caught/ Injuries:

 

7. Estimated time in snare:
8. Snare type:
Self locking / Free running *
Wire / Nylon / Other *
Commercial / Home made *
9. Snare set by: Known / Suspected / Anon *: Details:

 

10. Reason: Known / Suspected *: Details:

 

11. Outcome for animal: (e.g. Treatment, release etc): Details:

 

12. Enquiries by: Police / RSPCA / Badger group * : Details:

 

13. Enclosures: Vet report / Photo / Slides / Video / Snare *

 

14. From: Name:

Address:

 

Tel No:

Organisation:

* Delete whichever not applicable.

Return to Inspectorate Department,
RSPCA, Wilberforce Way, Southwater, Horsham, West Sussex RH13 7WN. Tel: 0870 010 1181 (Amended 2001)

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