Swan In Westmeath Beheaded And Meat Cut From It

Written 6 months ago by Newsroom


Birdwatch Ireland is urging people to report animal cruelty to local wildlife rangers after a swan had been found beheaded in Westmeath.

The carcass had been found at Ledestown, near Lough Ennell over the weekend with its meat cut from it.

The organisation is issuing a reminder that they are a protected bird and killing them is a crime.

Westmeath chairman Tom O’Callaghan says it will only stop if people report it;

Westmeath Wildlife Rangers:

Tríona Finnen: 087 6455 258

Therese Kelly: 085 8009 483