Fox snares

Snares have been a widely used method of capturing foxes since the early 20th century, when flexible steel cable first became available. In recent decades there has however been a good deal of controversy over their use in the UK. Recognising the shortage of hard factual information, the GWCT has done a good deal of research to understand the utility of the method and its drawbacks, and developed both hardware and operating practices to minimise evident problems.

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