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Anyone seeing an offence against swans or other wildlife should contact their police wildlife liaison officer through their local police station.
Merseyside Police wildlife liaison officer Andy McWilliam said: 'Staffordshire bull terriers are used in dog fights and there is a real possibility these animals were stolen to be used in the illegal and cruel events.
Families were treated to a badger walk, a talk by Northumbria Police wildlife liaison officer Paul Henery, bat-box making and arts and crafts.
Pc Andy McWilliam, Merseyside Police wildlife liaison officer, said: 'Hopefully this sentence will send out the message that we are not prepared to tolerate this environmental vandalism.
Police wildlife liaison officer Chief Inspector Mark Mason attempted to reassure the public by stressing the animal was not dangerous to people.
Merseyside Police wildlife liaison officer Andy McWilliam said: ``There was clear evidence he had been taking birds from the wild.
Exhibitors include Merseyside Police Wildlife Liaison Officer Andy McWilliam and wildlife artists Bob Fletcher, David Bennett, John Threlfall and Jonathan Latimer.
PC Craig Fellowes, Warwickshire police wildlife liaison officer, said: "Too many people in the UK think that the endangered species trade is something that happens in other countries, but it is going on here and now.