06 February 2020
“My cows and sheep are integral to boosting wildlife,” says Mr Bowen, who hosted a Big Farmland Bird Count this week at Pencoedcae Farm, Princetown, near Tredegar.
03 February 2020
There are several Big Farmland Bird Count ID workshops taking place across Wales which aim to get farmers and other wildlife enthusiasts ready and up to speed with bird identification before the official 10-day count period from 7-16 February.
29 January 2020
With the future management of Britain’s moorland being debated, experts are gathering to discuss what happens next at the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust’s North of England Grouse Seminar run by the Trust’s Upland Team.
22 January 2020
These informal talks have been running for three years and have been popular with countryside enthusiasts, farmers, birdwatchers and members of the public eager to learn more about rural affairs.
14 January 2020
Standard setting and training organisation, BASIS, and the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT) have joined forces to provide the first best practice qualification of its kind for the game sector.
13 January 2020
Britain’s farmers are uniting to show that, as well as providing our nation’s food, they are also playing an important role in protecting wildlife.
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