Poisoned Skylark and detained
Larks (also known as larks) migrate to northern Jiangsu Province in winter, but these birds don’t know that poachers have focused on them to satisfy their appetite. Recently, Shuyang police cracked an illegal hunting case and seized more than 361 frozen skylarks.
It’s so delightful! Killing skylarks was detained by a man. He killed more than 300 skylarks just to satisfy his private desires
On October 20, the police of guandun police station in Shuyang County received a report from the masses that there were people illegally hunting skylarks in the wheat field in the middle of the reach of longmiao town in Shuyang County, Xinyi River, and selling them for profit. The police of guandun police station moved when they heard of the police. After arriving at the scene, Zhang XX, the criminal suspect who was picking up skylarks, was arrested on the spot.
Lark is a common bird in our daily life. The common wild sparrow, lark, magpie, tortoise, hedgehog, myna, etc. around us are also the “three animals” (i.e. important ecological, scientific and social values) explicitly stipulated by the state. They cannot be hunted at will, or they can face legal punishment. According to the second paragraph of article 341 of the criminal law, anyone who, in violation of the hunting laws and regulations, hunts in a forbidden hunting area or during the forbidden hunting period or applies prohibited tools or methods to destroy wildlife resources, if the circumstances are serious, may be sentenced to fixed-term imprisonment of not more than three years, criminal detention, public surveillance or fine. According to the provisions of Article 6 of the interpretation of the Supreme People’s Court on the specific application of laws in the trial of criminal cases involving the destruction of wildlife resources, illegal hunting of more than 20 wild animals belongs to “serious circumstances”, that is to say, a crime. Remind the general public to stop or report to the public security organ in a timely manner when it is found that someone has killed, sold or eaten wild animals.