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BirdLife appeals to people to report ‘bird callers’

BirdLife Malta launched a campaign for the public to start reporting the illegal use of electronic bird callers, which are artificial means to attract birds for hunting and/or trapping.

Birdlife stressed in a statement that this practice is illegal, however its use is widely spread. The organisation stated that it received hundreds of reports on the use of this recording and forwarded the information to Police, however it said that these callers are still being used.

Birdlife added that it therefore launched the campaign ‘No More Callers’ so that those who hear this recording are encouraged to report by filling the form here. It was pointed out that personal details are kept confidential

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