KSU issues a directive to its members to report any illegalities
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Kaccaturi San Ubertu (KSU), on the opening of the hunting season tomorrow, has said that it augurs a good season to all hunters and warns it will “not tolerate any abuse.”
KSU said in a statement today, that it has issued a directive to all its members to be watchful for illegalities and to report any incident they might witness to the police on telephone number 119.
“Apart from reporting illegal hunting activity, as major stakeholders in the countryside, hunters are also to report any illegal dumping, damage to rubble walls, damage to trees or any other prohibited activity.”
“It is in every law abiding hunter’s interest to weed out any law breakers who only serve to discredit legal hunting in Malta.”
KSU concluded by saying that it urges “mutual respect from hunters and other countryside users and reminds about the legal rights to private property and the laws related to our countryside.”
Photograph: Kaccaturi San Ubertu