The GWCT is looking for volunteers to take part in our Who Wants to be a Conservationaire quiz at the Carter Jonas Game Fair Theatre.
You will be rewarded with a pair of tickets for either the Saturday (July 28th) or Sunday (July 29th).
The Game Fair’s version of ITV’s Jeremy Clarkson is Fieldsports TV’s Charlie Jacoby, who will be asking each contestant a series of conservation-based questions in a multiple-choice format with the usual ask the audience, phone a friend and 50/50 options.
Examples of the questions include;
- When threatened, pheasants can produce a sudden burst of power to lift them off the ground. For around how long does their burst of power last?
- When the GWCT studied 34 farms, how many more farmland birds did we find on farms with a shoot?
- The availability of insects on farms is critical to the survival of wild grey partridge chicks. How many insects do they eat?
Whoever manages to get a 100% success rate will be rewarded with a prize.
There are currently four shows in which you can take part – on at the following times;
- 11.00am to 11.30am
- 3.30pm to 4.00pm
- 12.00pm to 12.15pm
- 2.30pm to 3.00pm
We have 10 pairs of tickets to give away which are available on a first-come-first-served basis.
Questions from the quiz are based on the GWCT’s latest publication, The Knowledge, and are part of our Accredited Game Shot quiz, which will be launching soon.
Anyone wishing to take part should contact communications officer Joel Holt on email@example.com or 01425 651000 by Sunday 22 July.
We’ll be sending the lucky contestants a copy of the book ahead of Game Fair.