An objective of SEY is to improve the treatment of wild animals. Injured wild animals must be helped properly, and the responsibilities of their care must be defined more accurately than now.
The habitat of wild animals must be taken care of sufficiently.
In addition, the view of SEY is that wild animals should not be hunted or be held by people except temporarily and when the intention is to help an animal. This applies to all animals that are either regulated by the hunting law, protected, or unprotected. Killing a wild animal must have a valid reason, and it has to happen so that it causes the animal as little stress and pain as possible.