21 April 2020
Lee Oliver joins the growing GWCT Wales team as project manager. He immediately starts with the Elwy Valley Sustainable Management Scheme (SMS) project.
20 April 2020
The Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT) has developed a set of Principles of Gamebird Management in the UK and is inviting feedback from people involved in the game shooting and conservation community.
The Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust Advisory team in Scotland has developed a new online course on corvid control to substitute the Trust’s popular face-to-face courses planned across Scotland this spring.
06 April 2020
All are seen as a collaborative response to what is known as the Natural Resources Policy, published by the Welsh Government in 2017, which sets out the key challenges and opportunities for the sustainable management of Wales’ natural resources into the future.
03 April 2020
In accordance with the new AIHTS legislation which came into effect on Wednesday 1st April, NRW have published two general licences for stoats; to protect livestock and to conserve wild birds.
02 April 2020
With over 73 different farms throughout Wales participating in the citizen science initiative, spotting more than 90 different bird species last month, Sue Evans director of the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust Wales is keen to keep the momentum going.
01 April 2020
The thought of weeds thriving in a farm’s arable crops is usually cause for concern, but it might be one way to help invertebrates to recover according to a new study by the GWCT.
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