Press Releases - 2019
25 July 2019
THE results for the ninth Savills and Game and Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT) game and conservation benchmarking survey for the 2018/19 shooting season demonstrate the significant amount of environmental management work already undertaken by shoots.
22 July 2019
ENDING grouse moor management risks declines - and possible local extinctions - of a range of ground-nesting bird species, a new study has revealed.
15 July 2019
AS it is anticipated that pink salmon will appear in UK rivers in large numbers this year, ecologists across the UK are teaming up to explore the presence of invasive pink salmon and their potential impacts.
09 July 2019
THE biodiversity benefits of a shoot in Monmouthshire were pointed out during a walk by an advisor from the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT) Wales.
09 July 2019
st GWCT Scottish Game Fair welcomed over 30,000 visitors through its gates across three days for a true celebration of conservation and the countryside. Read more
02 July 2019
For the 20th year running, the gardens of Glemham Hall in Suffolk are hosting an evening of Shakespeare, for the benefit of the UK's leading wildlife research charity.
26 June 2019
George Fleming kindly provided a tour of his family farm at Aberbothrie, Airlie this week to pupils from Longforgan Primary. The trip was arranged as part of the prize to Prithvi Sudarshan, one of the two winners from the 2018 Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT) Perth and Kinross Art Competition.
25 June 2019
The GWCT in Scotland has stressed that evidence must have a vital part to play in the consultation on Green MSP Alison Johnstone’s proposed bill that, among other measures, is seeking a ban on the control of mountain hares.
21 June 2019
A NEW project that aims to reverse the declines of wild pollinators is set to receive a multi-million pound investment from the EU’s North Sea Region Interreg Programme.
20 June 2019
A EUROPEAN project that strives to increase the grey partridge population through high levels of biodiversity has received a three-year extension.