In urban areas foxes are becoming increasingly common and can be
often seen foraging for food, attacking pets and vandalising your garden.
The adaptable nature of the red fox (Vulpes Vulpes) has made it a very successful resident of many British towns. Although people often enjoy seeing foxes around their homes or in parkland, foxes can cause significant damage and nuisance. Foxes have only limited protection under the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981 but are protected from abuse and ill-treatment by the Wild Mammals (Protection) Act 1996.
There are a number of methods of fox control
that may legally be used. These include baited
cage trapping, Shooting and snaring.
It is illegal to use self-locking snares, any bow or crossbow, any explosive other than ammunition for a firearm, or a live decoy. It is also illegal to poison foxes.
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