I hadn’t realised there are so many pigeons pecking away at the heather in our National Parks.
Above is a Fairbang gas gun set up in the Peak District – is it really fair to have gas guns banging away in our National Parks? Is this what National Parks are for?
I gather you can also find these gas guns banging away in the middle of woods – surely their impacts on native wildlife far outweigh their pest-scaring benefits when used in that way?
Any other records of gas guns in strange places? With photos?
And here is one from a grouse moor, I am told, in the Scottish Borders. Those pigeons get everywhere, don’t they?