100,000+ e-actions – thank you!

Chris Packham and Iolo Williams live on Twitter as the counter passed 100,000 e-actions a little while ago.

Three weeks ago on Hen Harrier Day (online) we launched an e-action with Hen Harrier Action and the RSPB. Since then over 100,000 people have contacted MPs in England, members of the Senedd in Wales, MSPs in Scotland and Assembly Members in Northern Ireland to bring the plight of the Hen Harrier and the unsustainable management of grouse moors to the attention of elected politicians.

The response from the public has been fantastic. And some politicians have responded well too. Here at Wild Justice we will be contacting those people who subscribe to our newsletter to help them carry on the advocacy with their elected politicians. The main targets to influence have to be the parties of government in the two UK nations where grouse shooting is a major land use – the SNP in Scotland and the Conservative Party in England.