31 July 2013
Red grouse, the king of gamebirds, are laying their eggs earlier in the season in response to warmer springs.
24 July 2013
Family and friends of Julian Gardner, the Sussex farmer who was tragically killed while defending his property, were visibly moved when environment minister, Richard Benyon paid a touching tribute to Julian when he presented the trophies to the winners of an annual photographic competition, set up in his memory.
19 July 2013
Meet the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust’s Campaign for Game, which aims to encourage individual shoots to increase the wildlife benefits of their game management activities.
18 July 2013
The Scotsman/Scotland on Sunday's venison cooking competition, which had its final cook off at the Scottish Game Fair, produced very high standards, according to the judges who took a nail-biting 25 minutes of deliberation before choosing the final winner.
16 July 2013
Glenogil is the venue next month for a Scottish Government approved Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT) fox and rabbit snaring training course.
11 July 2013
Barry Gardiner, new shadow minister for the natural environment, speaking at the Game & Wildlife Conservation All Party Parliamentary Group this week, set out some key aspects of the opposition's plans for future wildlife policy.
10 July 2013
Three days of sunshine bathed the GWCT Scottish Game Fair at the weekend and ensured a superb turn-out of visitors to Scone Palace parklands for this major summer event.
05 July 2013
Minister for the Environment, Paul Wheelhouse MSP visited the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust’s Scottish Game Fair at Scone Palace, (Friday, July 5) attending the Trust’s ‘Big 5’ reception to celebrate the Year of Natural Scotland.
04 July 2013
Officially opening the 25th Anniversary GWCT Scottish Game Fair on Friday, July 5 will be clay shooting star Peter Wilson MBE who claimed an Olympic gold medal in 2012 for double trap shooting. The opening will begin with Peter releasing 2,500 (biodegradable) balloons in the main ring before everyone is invited to the Anniversary marquee to enjoy the party atmosphere with refreshments, live music and reminisce about Fairs gone by.
03 July 2013
One of the biggest countryside events to be organised in Nottinghamshire raised an impressive £50,000 for charity at the weekend and was deemed a fantastic success by all those attending.
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