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Law change allows wild birds to be killed to protect game birds in England

Certain species such as carrion crows and jackdaws can be shot after government updates guidelines

Some wild birds can now be killed in order to protect game birds bred for shooting in England, after the government updated guidelines on its general licences.

General shooting licences give broad permissions to shoot certain species of wild birds to protect livestock, aid conservation, and preserve health and public safety.

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