X-ray and photograph of the bobcat killed in Jaén.
The Andalusian Federation of Hunting (FAC) publicly asked the hunters andalusians who collaborate actively with the Service of Protection of Nature (Seprona) of the Guardia Civil to identify the offender who caused the death by shooting of the lynx, whose body was found last September 13 in the town of Villanueva de la Reina, in the province of Jaén.
The agency federated andalusian appeals also to the collaboration of the guardians of the hunting grounds of the area, he considers to be fundamental for being a nexus of union between east and hunters from the area, so they handle information that can be very useful in the research that is being carried out by the Guardia Civil.
Appeals to the collaboration of hunters and rangers of the preserve in order to clarify an event that harms those who love the environment
“This case should represent a before and an after in the collaboration between the hunters and the Civil Guard to end a scourge that harms all that we love, we care and we respect the environment,” notes José María Mancheño, president of the FAC, who has returned to reiterate that “this event may not be used to criminalize a collective that, once more, is going to be exemplary working together to identify the criminals who have committed this serious attack against a natural heritage that hunters help to preserve”.
All those hunters, guards, reserve or persons who can provide any information they can do so, as reported by the Civil Guard through their social networks, through e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.