It appears, based in the signs in the hides, that shooting is allowed on the reserve, which will be closed for 1 day in September and 1 day in October, due to terms between rspb and the kinnordy estate. This seems like a conflict of interest where members money is spent improving the reserve to attract more wildlife only to provide better conditions for slaughter of its occupants to provide some sort for sick pleasure for some strange folk. This seems to go against a lot of the good work and aims of the rspb. Bizzare.
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