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05 August 2020
Numbers of young salmon in Wales are lower following warmer winters and wetter springs, according to a new study commissioned by Natural Resources Wales (NRW). These findings might explain the widespread juvenile salmon crash observed after the then record warm and wet winter and spring of 2015-16. Read more
05 August 2020
With a different Welsh farming policy on its way as the Basic Payments Scheme and Glastir are phased out, it's a good time to start assessing your farm to see what potential it can offer to attract future environmental payments once they have been decided, says GWCT Wales.
04 August 2020
What the Science Says is a new website that sets out to challenge misinformation and misreporting of ecological science. The online resource is the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust’s (GWCT) response to what many in the scientific community see as increasing inaccuracy in the discussion of science by the media and policy makers.
24 July 2020
The GWCT has teamed up with a trio of leading wildlife artists to create an online charity art gallery.
09 July 2020
With many charities seeing a sharp drop in income due to the effects of the COVID-19 outbreak, the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust is encouraging shoots around the country to sign up to its Shoot Sweepstake fundraising initiative for the 2020/21 season.
09 July 2020
The question of how brown trout can live in waterways polluted by toxic metals is being tackled by PhD student Daniel Osmond in a new collaboration between the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust Wales and Exeter and Cardiff Universities.
01 July 2020
After 44 years with the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust, Director of Research, Advisory and Education, Professor Nick Sotherton, is retiring this week. Professor Sotherton has been with the Hampshire-based conservation charity since joining to study for his PhD in 1976. He has been Director of Research since 1998.
19 June 2020
The GWCT, along with BASC, Countryside Alliance, National Gamekeepers' Organisation, Moorland Association, Game Farmers' Association and British Game Alliance, have sent
a joint letter to Ministers highlighting the significant importance and benefit that game shooting delivers to the well-being of the countryside. Read more
18 June 2020
The Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust’s annual Gun Draw is back. With the draw limited to just 1,000 tickets, there is an excellent chance of winning one of three superb prizes. This year’s ultimate winner will receive a pair of made-to-measure Sovereign side-by-side shotguns from William Powell, ready to use with steel or lead cartridges and worth more than £13,000.