It's time for a real ban on fox hunting in Scotland


Join the Scottish Greens campaign for a real ban on fox hunting in Scotland.

In Scotland, around 800 foxes are killed by hunts every year. One in five foxes are killed by packs of hounds.

The laws, created in 2002, to stop hunting with dogs have not succeeded. 

Because of this, the Scottish Government is now consulting on closing some loopholes. But the option of a full ban is not on the table.

Take our e-action today to respond to the consultation with a call for a real ban on foxhunting.

To back your action, Green MSP Alison Johnstone, is planning to bring forward legislation to put a real ban on foxhunting on the table. If the Scottish Government don’t act, Alison and the Greens will.

There are a number of ways you can help to really ban fox hunting in Scotland:


Read the "Fequently Asked Questions on fox-hunting in Scotland" here.