We will be holding a seminar for data collected this year to be presented. Our guest speaker will be Professor Mike Taylor who will address the issues of bulgy eye (Cryptosporidium baileyi) in red grouse. Other subjects include the expansion of black grouse range by translocation; grouse moor restoration in Wales and the impacts and benefits of heather burning. The question of “can driven grouse shooting be restored by non-lethal management of raptors?” will also be discussed.
There will be a charge of £45 per person, to cover refreshments, pastries and a delicious buffet lunch. Entry is by ticket only. Places will be allocated on a ‘first come, first served’ basis. Your ticket/s and other relevant information will be sent on receipt of your application and payment.
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To attend this seminar, please complete and return the booking form to Julia Hopkins together with a cheque or Switch details for £45 per person, payable to Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust.