NEW REGULATIONS COME INTO FORCE IN ENGLAND FROM 14TH JUNE 2019 WITH REGARD TO GENERAL LICENSE
GL34: Licence to Kill or Take for Conservation Purposes
The landowner, occupier or anyone authorised by them, can use this licence to kill or take certain wild birds for the purpose of conserving other wild birds, flora and fauna.
GL36: Licence to Kill or Take to Prevent Serious Damage
The landowner, occupier or anyone authorised by them, can use this licence to kill or take certain wild birds to prevent serious damage to crops, feedstuffs or livestock (including kept gamebirds).
GL35: Licence to Preserve Public Health and Safety
The landowner, occupier or anyone authorised by them, can use this licence to kill or take certain wild birds to preserve public health or safety.
Solway Larsen Side entry trap
Flat packed complete with clips and free drinker.
You are now required by law (general licence) to secure the trap to the ground. If you are trapping in Scotland you need to have a tag fixed to each trap with your authorised user number clearly visable.
Recent tests by staff at Solway Feeders have found that these traps are very versatile. The Larsen traps come flat packed for self assembly, and all clips are included. We also provide a free drinker . Remember to check your trap at least twice a day.
The following links courtesy of the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust give more information and advice on the use and legal requirements when using these traps:
Solway Feeders Ltd accepts no responsibility for users who use the traps to catch non target species or use the traps outside the terms of the General Licence.
Product code: 1317S
DUE TO THE CURRENT HEALTH CRISIS DELIVERIES WILL TAKE LONGER THAN USUAL. WE ARE OPERATING WITH SKELTON STAFF AND COURIERS HAVE BEEN ASKED TO CONCENTRATE ON DELIVERING ESSENTIAL SUPPLIES.