Shocking scenes of decaying dead birds dumped in an open hole on the Trump International Golf Links Scotland course on the Menie Estate, have been sent to Aberdeen Voice.
Our source claims they also saw ‘at least two’ deer carcasses.
Plans for the course and related construction were in part predicated on respect for the environment and wildlife.
The two SSSIs (Sites of Specific Scientific Interest), unique moving sand dunes found nowhere else in the UK were destroyed beyond hope of remediation.
Professor Bill Ritchie was responsible for the environmental monitoring group, MEMAG, which was simply allowed to disintegrate, partially because the Trump organisation failed to attend meetings.
Aberdeen Voice will investigate further and report back when the Trump organisation, wildlife protection groups, and relevant authorities take the opportunity to respond.
The course has permission for clay shooting.
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Thanks for drawing attention to this Suzanne, it is truly shocking. May I correct one point though, the estate most certainly does not have planning permission for clay shooting.
Suzanne here- thank you; I was told a long time ago they had permission for clays. I’ll happily look into that now- thank you for that intel.